Elvis Kamsoba

    All-time

  • matches played 20
  • goals 0
  • assists 2
  • Last appearance (days ago) 36

    A-League statistics

  • Matches played 16
  • Goals scored 0
  • Substituted in 8
  • Substituted out 5
  • Last match (days ago) 46
  • Assists 2
  • Yellow cards 1
  • Red cards 0

English midfielder Elvis Kamsoba, who is currently under contract to Melbourne Victory in Australia, joined the club January 3, 2019. Elvis Kamsoba had 15 match appearances this season. Since he came into world in 1996, to be more precise June 27th, the midfielder is NaN years younger than Melbourne Victory's average player. The club of Elvis Kamsoba, Melbourne Victory, presently holds third position in group F of AFC Champions League and third position in A-League (Australia). The briefest time his spent on a team counts four months in his present club.

Throughout his time as professional football player, he was sanctioned with a card only once resulting in a mean value of 0.5 cards per play time. This season he was given just one yellow card. Elvis Kamsoba is playing as midfielder in Melbourne Victory together with James Troisi, Terry Antonis, Birkan Kirdar, Raul Baena, Thiel Iradukunda, Keisuke Honda, Anthony Lesiotis, Rahmat Akbari, Josh Hope, Carl Valeri and Leigh Broxham. He received the jersey number 24 at Melbourne Victory. Throughout his professional career, he participated in 17 games, the last appearance being six days ago.

Elvis Kamsoba managed to attract a lot of good feedback after his performance at Croydon Kings, the team he was subjected to before joining Melbourne Victory. The longest period that he stayed in a team was 5 months in Croydon Kings (Australia) His squad concluded in a tie in 33% (33% home) in AFC Champions League and lost 40% (40% home) in A-League. The highest win streak of the last 5 matches happened in A-League with a count of 3. After an overall look at his career, we can see that Elvis Kamsoba was substituted in nine times but never out. In the active season, he came into the park more often in contrast to 2017/2018 wherein both types of substitutions were balanced.

(Last edited May 10, 2019)

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