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  1. Make an Impact with Montreal!
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Make an Impact with Montreal!

Midfielder Collen Warner came to Montreal by way of the 2011 MLS Expansion draft in November, and was drafted into the MLS by Real Salt Lake in 2010. Before starting his MLS career, he played for the University of Portland for three years. During his college years, he also played for the Colorado Rapids Under 23 team and Portland Timbers in the USAL Premier Development League.

Show some support for the newest team in Major League Soccer as the Impact try to make a great first impression during their debut season.

This ClimaCool jersey has the Montreal Impact team badge and adidas logo embroidered at the front with the team sponsor heat-transferred across the center. Official MLS badge applied to the sleeves.

Cheer on Brian Ching and the rest of Montreal as they make an impact on the North American soccer landscape this year.

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