Monday, 21 March 2011

Senegal international Kamara joins Foxes

Loan: Kamara joins the Foxes
Senegalese international Diomansy Kamara has become the latest addition to Sven Goran Eriksson's squad as he joined Leicester City on loan today until the end of the season.

Kamara, 30, first came to England when he was signed by Portsmouth in 2004. Since then he has flourished at West Bromwich Albion and now Fulham, moving to the west London club after an impressive 23 goals led the Baggies to the Premier League in 2007. The Paris-born striker now hopes to repeat that feat in the East Midlands.

"Hopefully he will score goals," said Eriksson, "His record is very good. We hope he can help us win more games and score more goals. I like pace, especially in strikers and he has pace. If King and Yakubu don't score, defenders have been scoring, but you can't ask defenders to be scoring all the time: normally it has to be a big goalscorer."

In other news, Foxes goalkeeper Conrad Logan has extended his stay at League One Bristol Rovers for a further month as he continues to seek first team football.
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