Kamara departs Middlesbrough

Published On 29/08/2014 | By Liam Chambers | AFCON, Africa, Best of the Rest, Championship, Latest News, Top Stories

Sierra Leone’s Kei Kamara has left Championship side Middlesbrough by mutual consent, with his contract being terminated.

The 6’3 striker is free to find a new club, having spent just one season at the Riverside Stadium. Kamara made 25 appearances, scoring four goals having joined from Sporting Kansas City.

Kamara didn’t feature at all during the opening weeks of the new campaign, and the club’s official website thanked the 29-year-old for his efforts.

“The Club would like to thank Kei for his efforts over the last 12 months and wish him every success in his future career.”

The African striker had spent his entire career in America and mostly in Major League Soccer until joining Norwich City on loan in 2013. It is unclear whether Kamara looks to remain in English football or move abroad.

Leone Stars have called upon his services for the forthcoming Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers next month. However, Sierra Leone’s fixture away to Ivory Coast is still in doubt over fears the Ebola disease could spread across the West coast of Africa.



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