The Serb has now spent two seasons in Amakhosi after joining the club from Slovakia
Kazan Chiefs striker Sameer Norkoch’s agent Dujan Semik says he did not need to persuade his player to join the Soyoto Giants in July 2019.
Norkovich joined the chiefs from lower-ranked Slovakia’s Komarno, his first signing for an African club.
Simak says Norkok saw him as a “brand new thing” in the chiefs’ professionalism, which saw him play mostly in Slovakia.
“We met Samir a few months before we were ready [the] Exchange chiefs. In that case, I wanted to do something new in her career. Seen the move as a fresh start. Samir immediately agreed. He was the first and only player I didn’t need to convince, “said Simak Soviet direct
Norcovich scored 13 goals in the league and immediately got hit in his first Premier Soccer League season.
After recovering from an injury, his form expired a bit, but he remained an affected player and now the Kiev Champions League final is set to take place on July 17 against Elliott so that he can prove his worth.
The Chiefs Star has seen an increase in his profile and is reportedly wanted by Al-Ahly.
It is not only the chiefs who have shown confidence in the European players but also in other PSL clubs.
Mamilodi Sundowns recently announced the signing of Slovak Pavel Safranko, who was working on his business in Romania, and his game has been described as “Norcock”.
Martisburg United have German goalkeeper Marcel Engel Hard, who joined the club from the Bundesliga 2-way VFB league.
Choice’s team has recently parted ways with Serbian duos Stevec and Simak, making the PSL attractive to Europeans.
“Sometimes it is difficult to persuade players to come to the PSL. “Unfortunately, a large part of them don’t know anything about African football, and especially about SA,” said Semke.
“Honestly, I didn’t know [about SA football] Even in the beginning. I think SA players want to go to Europe and prove themselves. But they also have to understand that you have leagues in Europe that are lower than the PSL.
“It always depends on which country you want to go to, so we see that some European SA have come. They have come here because other European leagues are also below the standard of PSL in terms of competition and maybe Concessions too. “