Kei wants Kansas to keep identity
Sierra Leonean star striker Kei Kamara according to reports last week joined the rest of his teammates for pre-season training for 2011-12 and was curious to know whether his MLS side Kansas City will stick with the whole game plan 4-3-3 which many soccer pundits describe as high presure system that almost saw him and his teammates grab a play-off spot last season. (Photo: Kei Set for pre-season)
With great ability to score goals, Kei aged 27 will be hoping manager Peter Vermes will stay with the whole system, surprisingly for Kei his manager said ‘Vermes said If things doesn’t fracture, don’t fix it.’
“We established something last year,” Kamara said. “There is no need to change because if we do change, we have to start over. We basically found the way we want to play so now, it’s just about keeping going up” he told the club’s website.
“Though the style of play remains the same, there are plenty of differences between this team and the one that gathered at the same time one year ago. Our chemistry doesn’t have to start from one (on a scale of 10) again this year,” Kamara said. “It has to start from six or seven then we can get the last bit to get to 10 during the preseason. We started playing better and better last season, now we have continue with the same spirit because we don’t have any time to make up,” he point out.
Kei Kamara, joined the team at the tail end of 2009 from Houston Dynamo, he led the squad with 10 goals will be looking for more goals when the MLS season commences!
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