Welcome to CPL50, a series where we’ll reveal the top 50 players from the 2021 Canadian Premier League regular season, as voted on by a panel of coaches from all eight teams and media from OneSoccer and CanPL.ca.
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Cavalry FC’s third-year number 10 was as potent as ever with Tommy Wheeldon Jr.’s Cavalry side in 2021. The 27-year-old racked up an impressive four goals and three assists across 22 appearances – some of which were limited due to fitness and injury concerns.
Still, when fit, there was no player quite as dangerous sitting in a pocket or moving across a defender like Camargo. This goal against Pacific FC from this Summer was a particular highlight.
Camargo showed a significant amount of versatility, too, playing up the left, as a midfielder, and as a second striker, usually in tandem with the mighty striker Joe Mason. The former Toronto FC attacker, who was one of Cavalry’s first-ever signings, again proved crucial to Wheeldon Jr.’s high energy style, winning the ball 20 times in the attacking third – which landed him third among all CPLers.