CF Montreal veteran Kei Kamara announced his retirement from international soccer on Thursday and will therefore no longer represent his country, Sierra Leone, in continental or world competitions, among others.
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The 37-year-old forward who joined the Montreal organization in February confirmed his intentions on his Twitter account. In his eyes, his current priorities are clear.
“Today I’m hanging up my international shirt to focus on my club career. Now, when these international breaks arrive, I will spend time with my family, but I will always miss these games,” he wrote, as relayed by CF Montreal.
From 2008 to 2022, he participated in 39 matches with his national team and played in the Africa Cup of Nations this year.
Kamara has a one-year deal that includes an option year for 2023 in Major League Soccer. Since the start of the campaign, he has scored one goal in 404 minutes.
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