Kei Ansu Kamara is a Sierra Leonean international footballer who plays as a striker for Major League Soccer club Minnesota United. In 2015, Kamara tied for top scorer in MLS with 22 goals, losing out to Sebastian Giovinco on the Golden Boot on fewer assists. He is one of only 10 players to have scored 100 goals in MLS history, achieving the landmark in 300 appearances, and is currently fifth on MLS's all-time scoring list.
About Kei Kamara
Sierra Leone-American forward who began his MLS career with the Columbus Crew in 2006. After four years with Sporting Kansas City, he joined Middlesbrough in 2013. He became a member of the Sierra Leon national team in 2008.
Kei Kamara Before Fame
He played college soccer at California State University Dominguez Hills.
Achievement of Kei Kamara
He won the MLS Fair Play Award in 2007, which is given to the player with the lowest number of yellow cards and red cards.
Kei Kamara Family Life
His family fled to The Gambia for two years to escape the civil war in Sierra Leone and migrated to the United States in 2000.
Associations of Kei Kamara
He and Landon Donovan both played for the San Jose Earthquakes.
Information related to Kei Kamara
- Sierra Leonean emigrants to the United States
- Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros men's soccer players
- Sierra Leonean expatriate footballers
- Orange County Blue Star players
- Columbus Crew SC draft picks
- Sierra Leone international footballers
- Sierra Leonean footballers
- Minnesota United FC players
- Vancouver Whitecaps FC players
- Designated Players (MLS)
- Sporting Kansas City players
- San Jose Earthquakes players
- Major League Soccer All-Stars
- New England Revolution players
- Columbus Crew SC players
- Colorado Rapids players