New England Revolution striker Kei Kamara turned Twitter right into a courtroom final night time, presenting his case for an unjust effective from MLS.
Kamara stated MLS fined him $1,250 for sporting TruSox throughout a recreation. The sock model boasts non-slip efficiency pads put in on the within and out of doors of the foot grips.
Take a look at my face ?That's how a lot it hurts. pic.twitter.com/5tYxJggUCh
— KEI KAMARA (@keikamara) July 21, 2017
Kamara stated he wears TruSox socks and New Stability footwear as a result of the mixture retains moisture out of his footwear as he performs, which beforehand irritated his toe.
In 2015, MLS confirmed to Sports activities Illustrated that an Adidas partnership settlement requires all gamers to put on Adidas-branded socks throughout gameplay.
Kamara additionally claims he’s acquired no help from the MLS Gamers Union to fight the violation and means that MLS has been inconsistent in its fining — turning a blind eye to the identical violation from Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore.
“Is it a rule for everyone or is it only a rule for Kei?” he questions.
SportTechie reached out to MLS and has acquired no touch upon Kamara’s claims.
Sure @MLS fines solely KEI KAMARA $1,250 ???. pic.twitter.com/HPNYcnc7Nd
— KEI KAMARA (@keikamara) July 20, 2017