Namibia’s Kamatuka settling in well at Baroka

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Namibia international Joslin Kamatuka has opened up about his move to DStv Premiership side Baroka, where he says he is settling in well thanks to the help of countryman Ananias Gebhardt.

Kamatuka, who is eager to make a name for himself in South Africa made his Baroka debut on Sunday against Cape Town City in a league game at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane.

In a conversation with New Era Live, a Namibian publication, Kamatuka – whose contract with Baroka runs until 2024, says he joined the club at the beginning of the current campaign and hopes to propel the club to greater heights through hard work and consistency.

He joined from GladAfrica Championship side Cape Umoya United.

Touching on his debut, the hard-galloping Kamatuka expressed satisfaction with his maiden appearance for the new club and is confident that more is yet to come from him.

“I’m finding my feet pretty well and obviously with time, it will become better than what it is now [the debut]. Sometimes it takes a few games to gel and I will definitely get there,” said Kamatuka, who also spoke highly of his teammate and fellow countryman Gebhardt.

The winger said Gebhardt, who has been captaining the side for the past few games, made his arrival at the club a smooth-sailing experience as he [Gebhardt] explained the club’s culture to him and made extra sure that he was in tune with all the dynamics at Baroka.

“Ananias being here has helped me a lot as well, because he took time to explain a lot of things about the club and its culture. That has really helped me settle in well.

“Playing for Baroka is a big opportunity for me personally because it’s every player’s dream to play in the DStv Premiership and that’s the goal here in South Africa. So, I’m very grateful for the opportunity Baroka has given me,” he concluded.

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By FARPost Reporter 

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