February 11, 2015 By Sahr Morris Jr.
Sierra Leone and Columbus Crew striker, Kei Kamara, is already targeting a goal-scoring form season on his return to the United States of America topflight league, the Major League Soccer (MLS).
The former Middleborough and Sporting Kansas City Wizard front man, who recently signed for the Crew, is looking forward to lead his team’s striking force in the soon to commence MLS 2015 season.
“I want to score some goals and get the fans hyped and get the fans behind us and get some wins because the more wins, the more we can fill up that stadium,” Kamara told the Columbus Dispatch.
The Sierra Leone international said he is looking forward to combine with Federico Higuain to create goals this season for the Crew and believed his seven years’ experience in Major League Soccer as well as time in England’s top two leagues will have a key role on his performance this season.
From 2010 through the first half of 2013, Kamara scored 37 goals in 107 games for Sporting Kansas City before heading to England, and the striker said he is ready to get started.
“I can’t wait to play a game with the guys,” he said. “Definitely I can’t wait to say: Yes, I’m playing in my first Crew game.”