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Kamhuka joins SA's Black Aces

[Posted 11 Feb 2011]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Victor Kamhuka has joined Mpumalanga Black Aces

Former Eagles defender and versatile player Victor Kamhuka has surfaced at Mpumalanga Black Aces, and has already impressed the club's coach Paul Dolezar, who has signed him for the remainder of the season.

Dolezar, who is famed for his love for big players whom he calls "Big animals", had reserved and ear-marked the last foreign slot in the club for a big striker from Nigeria, but ended up signing the big Zimbabwean defender.

The 20 year-old player has made cameo appearances in the Zimbabwe Under-20 team before, but due to competition in the team, was not able to pin down a regular first team place.

Kamhuka joins Black Aces as a free agent after his contract with Eagles expired at the end of last season. Eagles are in the process of selling their Premier Soccer League in Zimbabwe, and the club has released all of its players.

The defender, who can also play in the heart of midfield, is currently awaiting the processing of his work permit.

Aces are currently lying at the bottom of the ABSA premiership log, with 8 points after 19 games.

Kamhuka is one of many Zimbabwean-born players who have arrived in South Africa without a well-known profile back in their own homeland.

Tinashe Nengomasha arrived as an unknown entity at Kaizer Chiefs  and set the league alight with his commanding performances, culminating in a Players' Player of the Season and Player of the Season awards .

Knowledge, who is odd on favourite to win the Player of the Season award this year in the ABSA premiership, arrived at the Naturena Club without having kicked a ball for a PSL team in Zimbabwe.

The same can be said of Onismor Bhasera, a former Chiefs star who joined Tembisa Classic from Harare United, a First Division club in Zimbabwe.

Another player who never made headlines in his own motherland, but whose stature is steadily growing in the ABSA premiership is Amazulu defender Carrington Nyadombo, who arrived at the beginning of the season from former Zimbabwe champions Gunners FC.     

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