The striker has been capped twice by the U.S. national team, both coming in 2007.The Colorado Rapids announced the club has signed former U.S. player Kamani Hill.
The 26-year-old forward has been training with the Rapids for two weeks and is eligible to play for the club pending receipt of his International Transfer Certificate (ITC).
“Kamani is a dynamic striker who adds depth to our attack,” said Rapids technical director Paul Bravo. “Oscar Pareja and the coaching staff have had the chance over the last couple weeks to see Kamani in action, and we’re happy to have him join the squad.”
Hill signed for VfL Wolfsburg of the German Bundesliga out of UCLA, making his debut with the club in January of 2007. He made a total of nine appearances with the first team, as well as several with the club’s second team.
He joined Vitória S.C. of Portugal in 2009, and was loaned to Aves of the Portuguese second division in 2010.
The 6-foot striker has been capped twice by the U.S. national team, both coming in 2007. He also has experience with the U.S. team at the U20 and U23 levels.
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