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Reading: Kei Kamara Selected for MLS All-Star Game against Arsenal
Reading: Kei Kamara Selected for MLS All-Star Game against Arsenal

Kei Kamara Selected for MLS All-Star Game against Arsenal

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Beresford Benjamin
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Popular Sierra Leone’s America-based professional soccer player Kei Kamara, expressed his astonishment and gratitude upon being selected for the highly anticipated MLS All-Star game against Arsenal. The exciting news was delivered to Kamara by the league’s Commissioner, leaving him momentarily speechless.

The MLS All-Star game has long been an eagerly awaited event, showcasing the talents of the league’s most exceptional players against formidable international opponents. This year, the chosen adversary is none other than Arsenal, one of the most storied and successful clubs in English football history.

Kamara, known for his prowess on the pitch and his striking goal-scoring abilities, couldn’t contain his excitement upon receiving the prestigious Commissioner’s Pick. The announcement solidified his place among the league’s elite, recognizing his exceptional skills and contributions to the sport.

In a statement following the news, Kamara expressed his profound honor at being chosen for the prestigious match, set to take place in the heart of the nation’s capital, Washington, DC. With humility and gratitude, he shared,

“I was speechless today but honored to hear that I got the Commissioner’s Pick for this year’s MLS All-Star game vs Arsenal in Washington, DC.”

Kei Ansu Kamara is a Sierra Leonean professional footballer who plays as a striker for Major League Soccer club CF Montreal. He is one of only eleven players to have scored 100 goals in MLS history, achieving the landmark in 300 appearances. He is currently third on MLS’s all-time scoring list also, having the distinction of scoring for 10 different MLS clubs, during his soccer career in the US.

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