Revs' midfielder called in for friendly against Palestine on Nov. 17
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Kenny Mansally has been called up to the Gambia National Team for the squad’s friendly against Palestine on Wednesday, Nov. 17, in Palestine.
Mansally, 21, has six caps with the Gambia National Team, most recently in the team’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Burkina Faso on Oct. 9, when he came on as a second-half substitute.
Mansally made 21 regular-season appearances for the Revolution in 2010, scoring three goals. He earned MLS player of the week honors in Week 2 after a two-goal performance at D.C. United on April 3, and is among the 30 nominees for the 2010 AT&T Goal of the Year.
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