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From War-Torn Sierra Leone to MLS Legend: Kei Kamara’s Inspiring Journey


In a tale of resilience and determination, Kei Kamara has overcome incredible odds to become a legend in Major League Soccer (MLS).

At just 14 years old, Kamara fled the civil war in his home country of Sierra Leone, seeking refuge in Gambia before eventually settling in the United States two years later.

Fast forward to today, and the 39-year-old has cemented his status as one of the greatest strikers in MLS history.

With an impressive tally of goals, Kamara is now the second-highest goalscorer in the league’s history and, remarkably, the oldest active player in the league.

Throughout his illustrious career, Kamara has played for several notable clubs, including Columbus Crew, Sporting Kansas City, Middlesbrough, New England Revolution, Vancouver Whitecaps, Colorado Rapids, Minnesota United, HIFK, CF Montréal, and Chicago Fire.

Kamara’s achievements on the field are matched only by his dedication to giving back. He was awarded the MLS Humanitarian of the Year award in 2015, recognizing his tireless efforts to support charitable causes.

As Kamara continues to defy age and expectations, his story serves as a beacon of hope for young players around the world, showing that with hard work and perseverance, even the most impossible dreams can become a reality.

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