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Warriors player Victor Kamhuka released by Royal Malaysian Police

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Warriors player Victor Kamhuka released by Royal Malaysian Police. The towering defender moved to the Asian country from Myanmar, also known as Burma, in February 2021 and signed a two-year deal, which was “terminated by mutual consent” less than six months into it.

Warriors central defender Victor Kamhuka is grounded in the country and club-hunting after being released by Malaysian outfit Royal Malaysian Police.

An official at Royal Malaysian Police told Soccer24 that the contract was terminated in June. The official said: He left the club and went back to Zimbabwe in June after we agreed to terminate the contract by mutual consent.

Efforts by the publication to get a comment from the big former Dynamos defender were in vain but sources say he has been in the country since June and club-hunting.

Kamhuka made his Warriors debut in the AFCON qualifier against Zambia in March and partnered Alec Mudimu in central defence as Zdravko Logarusic’s charges lost 0-2.

Source – Pindula News

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