FORMER Highlanders and Motor Action midfielder Protasho Kabwe has joined Namibian Premier League outfit Tigers FC on a six-month deal.
By Kenneth Nyangani
Kabwe, who turned out for Castle Lager Premier Soccer League side Motor Action last year has so far played four matches for his new side.
The team is lying on fifth position with 22 points from 14 games in 12-team league. Tiger FC are yet to lose a match after they recorded three wins and a draw since Kabwe joined them.
Kabwe, who is the younger brother to former AmaZulu star Joseph Kabwe, said he wanted to help his side to end the season on a respectable position adding that he had settled in well at his new club.
“I think l am doing well. l have played four matches already and it has been good. The level of football is a little bit lower than in Zimbabwe. Our league back home is competitive but, what is needed is sound sponsorship,” he added.
Kabwe joined fellow countryman Tafadzwa Mvura at his new base.