Sene’s #39 Among Top Selling MLS Jerseys

Saer Sene’s #39 Revolution jersey is a hot seller among MLS player jerseys. (Photo: Kari Heistad/CapturedImages.biz)

He may not have gotten first dibs on the 9 jersey when he arrived in February, but Saer Sene has been moving units on his #39 model all season long.

According to sales figures compiled from from MLSGear.com, MLSGearCanada.com and club websites, the Revolution striker’s jersey is among the Top 25 in the best-selling jersey category.

Sene, who scored 11 goals in 25 games this season, has the 24th most popular jersey in MLS based on sales from Mar. 10 through Sept. 10. The blonde mohawked forward was the lone Revolution representative on the Top 25 list.

The top of the list contained the usual suspects: David Beckham (1), Thierry Henry (2) and Landon Donovan (3) all filled the top three spots.

Here’s the rundown of the entire list:

Top selling adidas MLS player jerseys on MLSgear.com / MLSgearCanada.ca / MLS club websites (March 10 – September 10, 2012)

1. David Beckham LA Galaxy

2. Thierry Henry New York Red Bulls

3. Landon Donovan LA Galaxy

4. Fredy Montero Seattle Sounders FC

5. Dwayne De Rosario D.C. United

6. Chris Wondolowski San Jose Earthquakes

7. Tim Cahill New York Red Bulls

8. Robbie Keane LA Galaxy

9. Mauro Rosales Seattle Sounders FC

10. Brian Ching Houston Dynamo

11. Darlington Nagbe Portland Timbers

12. Chris Pontius D.C. United

13. Osvaldo Alonso Seattle Sounders FC

14. Young-Pyo Lee Vancouver Whitecaps FC

15. Kris Boyd Portland Timbers

16. Barry Robson Vancouver Whitecaps FC

17. Eddie Gaven Columbus Crew

18. Brad Davis Houston Dynamo

19. Roger Torres Philadelphia Union

20. Freddy Adu Philadelphia Union

21. Kei Kamara Sporting Kansas City

22. Kyle Beckerman Real Salt Lake

23. Mike Magee LA Galaxy

24. Saer Sene New England Revolution

25. Arne Friedrich Chicago Fire

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Brian O'Connell serves as editor and staff writer at New England Soccer Today. He's also the Revolution beat writer for ESPNBoston.com, and is Officer at Large for the North American Soccer Reporters. He regularly contributes to The Associated Press, and has been featured on MLSSoccer.com & RevsNet.com. Follow him on Twitter: @BrianOConnell21 or contact him via e-mail at BOConnell21@aol.com