TORONTO — York United FC has signed Canadian defender Dominick Zator to a two-year contact.
The 26-year-old from Calgary spent the first two Canadian Premier League seasons with Cavalry FC, making 47 appearances. Zator signed his first pro contract with Whitecaps FC 2 in March 2017 after a five-year playing career at the University of Calgary.
“I think Dom is a phenomenal addition to the roster and we are delighted to welcome him to the club," York president and GM Angus McNab said in a statement. "He’s really been a standout performer in the league and I honestly feel we are all very fortunate that he’s chosen to continue his career here at York United.”
Zator joins newcomers Chrisnovic N'sa and Ryan Lindsay at York, which lost former captain Luca Gasparotto to retirement after last season.
Zator was called up by Canadian coach John Herdman in November 2019 but did not see action.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Feb. 1, 2021
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