Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Former Dynamos, How Mine And Black Leopards Defender Finds Home In India!

Former Dynamos, How Mine and Black Leopards Centre-back Victor Kamhuka featuring fot Pathachakra in India.
Former South Africa based Dynamos and How Mine defender, Victor Kamhuka has found a new home in India were he signed for Pathachakra United a team that participates in the Calcutta Premier League Division A, which is  a top football division in the former British Indian capital, Calcutta.

The 28-year-old former Black Leopards center-back, is enjoying his new found life in India, where he has already featured twice for United losing the first match 0-1 to Mohun Bagan and winning the second match 2-0 away to East Bengal in the Calcutta premier division A league.

Indian football is little known on the international scene, but the sport is slowly getting popular and earning respect in the world, especially after their Under-20 side stun Argentina 2-1 in the 2018 Asian COTIF Juniors tournament in Spain.

Calcutta which is considered the hub of Indian football has a rich history in football and the league is believed to be one of the wealthiest in the country, attracting foreign players from different countries around the Globe including Nigeria and Ghana.

Kamhuka's move was facilitated by his Australian based agent Brian Taruvinga of MSG- Media Sports Group.


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