After scoring his first goal of 2019, Mark-Anthony Kaye has been called in by John Herdman's Canadian Men's National Team.
Kaye was in the midst of a breakout 2018 with LAFC before an ankle injury ended his season. The midfielder spent six months working back to full fitness ahead of the 2019 season and has started both of the Black & Gold's first two matches.
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Kaye will join the likes of Alphonso Davies, Jonathan Osorio, and Cyle Larin in the 23-man squad. Canada faces French Guiana on March 24, needing a win to secure its place in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup.