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Los Angeles FC Bolsters Attack with Veteran Striker Kei Kamara

Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) has announced the acquisition of veteran forward ei Kamara for the 2024 season, with an option to extend his contract through 2025. Kamara, with over 100 MLS goals to his name, is a seasoned goal scorer and brings a wealth of experience to the Black & Gold. This marks the eleventh club Kamara has played for in Major League Soccer, highlighting his versatility and adaptability.

Kamara has expressed his enthusiasm for joining LAFC, stating, “I am Black & Gold and I am home,” on his Facebook page. 

At the age of 39, Kamara is a highly competitive player, having played for the MLS All-Star team coached by Wayne Rooney, and even meeting President Joe Biden before a match against Arsenal.

Kamara is one of only 11 players to have scored 100 goals in MLS history, achieving the landmark in 300 appearances. He is currently ranked third on MLS's all-time scoring list, having scored for 10 different MLS clubs. 

Kamara is also a legend for his national team, Sierra Leone. He scored the crucial penalty that secured their historic third-place finish at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals in Cameroon.

The signing of Kamara will provide depth and experience to LAFC's attacking options. His leadership and goal-scoring prowess will be valuable assets as the team continues its pursuit of trophies.


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