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Canadian forward Tyler Pasher has found a new home for MLS with the New York Red Bulls.

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Houston Dynamo forward Tyler Pasher (19) drives the ball downfield against the Colorado Rapids during the second half of an MLS soccer match, Saturday, March 19, 2022, in Houston.
Houston Dynamo forward Tyler Pasher (19) hit downfield against the Colorado Rapids in the second half. Driving the ball at an MLS soccer game in Houston on Saturday, March 19, 2022. Photo credit: Justin Rex /THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Harrison, NJ — A week after being fired Shortly after, Houston Dynamo, Canadian international forward Tyler Pasher landed for the New York Red Bulls.

The 28-year-old from Elmira, Ontario has made 39 appearances in the last two seasons with the Dynamo, scoring six goals and three assists. He made 17 MLS appearances this season, including five starts, adding two goals and one assist before being sacked last Friday. , Sporting Kansas City, and Houston, his fourth in his MLS team. However, football brought him to England at an early age.

The grown-up Pasher went on to work with coach Eddie Edgar, the father of former Canadian international defender David Edgar.

David His Edgar was in Newcastle, England, and his father would sometimes bring local players to Newcastle to train at his academy. Pasha was one of them.

He spent his seven-year training period at Newcastle, attending school breaks. However, work permits and personal problems forced him to return to Canada, where he attended the TFC Academy

July 2012, Toronto's In a friendly match against Liverpool in England, he made his first-team appearance. He wore the captain's armband in his second half.

He left TFC and signed with Finland's Chemkings (now Chemicity FC) at the age of 18.

He returned to North America, Lansing He United and Pittsburgh from Riverhound and now Sporting He is known as Kansas City 2 Sporting He is Kansas City affiliate Swope He Park he was promoted to the Rangers.

His first team, Pasher, made one appearance for Sporting Kansas City in 2017, but declined the option after the season.

Pascher was relegated to his USL and rebuilt his career with Indy in his eleven, where he scored 23 goals and he had 6 assists in 50 appearances. In 2020 he made 15 appearances, scoring 10 goals and 2 assists.

He has represented the country at various youth levels, winning two of his caps as he represented Canada at senior level. He made his senior international debut in the 2021 CONCACAF Gold His Cup against Haiti on 16 July 2021.

This Canadian Press report was first published on August 10, 2022.

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