Forge FC striker Woobens Pacius has been named the Canadian Premier League’s player of the month for July.
After winning five straight matches during the month of July, Forge swept the monthly awards with coach Bobby Smyrniotis also being awarded the league’s Manager of the Month honour.
The 21-year-old Pacius scored six goals during the month of July, which currently has him tied with Valour’s Moses Dyer for second in the league’s Golden Boot Race. Here is an in-depth look at what makes him such a dangerous striker.
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— Canadian Premier League (@CPLsoccer) July 23, 2022
Aribim Pepple, who recently secured a move to Luton Town in England was the league’s player of the month for June. Ollie Bassett of Atlético Ottawa (May) and Marco Bustos of Pacific (April) have also been Player of the Month recipients this year.