Kadin Chung, a Fullback for Toronto FC has traveled much in his young career.
The 23-year-old from Westminster, British Columbia has played for Whitecaps FC 2, FC Kaiserslautern II, Pacific FC and now with Toronto FC.
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On November 29, 2018 Chung was unveiled as the first signing for Pacific FC ahead of their inaugural season in the Canadian Premier League. Chung was a regular starter for Pacific in the club’s first year, appearing in 24 games as the team finished in fifth place. Chung returned for the shortened 2020 season, playing in 9 out of Pacific’s 11 games, and being named in theTeam of the Week 3 times out of 6, as Pacific finished in fourth place. The 2021 season saw more success, as Chung won the league with Pacific, was named in the Team of the Week 3 times, and established himself as one of the top right backs in the league.
Chung’s play with Pacific attracted the attention of MLS side Toronto FC, and in January 2022, Chung went on trial with Toronto ahead of the 2022 season. He was signed to a deal with the club on February 23, on a contract running through 2023, with options for 2024 and 2025. He made his debut on March 5, coming on as a substitute in a 4-1 loss to the New York Red Bulls.
Now he is getting play time, about 25 minutes a game with Bob Bradley’s team.
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