Toronto FC has added more veteran experience to its backline, signing Jamaican international Kemar Lawrence on Friday. The Canadian club announced the signing of Lawrence from Belgian side Anderlecht through (…)
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Orlando City will have to make do without another of its top strikers for the next few weeks. Alexandre Pato underwent successful surgery on his right knee on Tuesday, Orlando City has announced. Pato had an (…)
Multiple Major League Soccer teams looking to upgrade their left back positions have set their sights on a player with a proven track record in the league, though he won’t come cheap. Anderlecht left back and (…)
Jamaican defender Kemar Lawrence’s transfer from the New York Red Bulls to Belgian powerhouse Anderlecht has been finalized, sending the standout left back to Anderlecht for a reported fee of $1.2 million in (…)
The New York Red Bulls are finalizing a deal to sell Jamaican fullback Kemar Lawrence to Belgian club Anderlecht in a deal worth more than $1 million, sources have confirmed to SBI. The Red Bulls and Anderlecht (…)
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Atlanta United winger Hector ‘Tito’ Villalba cited disrespect as the reason for his run-in with New York Red Bulls veteran Kemar Lawrence. The defender did not agree with that label, however.
New York Red Bulls left back Kemar Lawrence has not appeared in a match for the club since February 20, but he started and went the distance for Jamaica over the weekend.
Kemar Lawrence is back to full health, and one of the the things he is most looking forward to in 2019 is playing reigning MLS Cup champion Atlanta United again.
Kemar Lawrence will not start in the New York Red Bulls’ 2019 Concacaf Champions League opener vs. Atletico Pantoja on Wednesday night.