A Journey From Chaman To USA League- Kaleem Ullah Khan

Pakistans national striker Kaleem Ullah Khan has been making news  about his first goal he striked in North Americas United Soccer League. Khan who was born in Chaman (Balochistan) completed his graduation from “Government High School Chaman”, he is the cousin of former Pakistan national team captain and highest goal scorer Muhammad Essa Khan. Kaleem initially started his journey by being a part of “Khan Research Laboratories Youth Academy” and then officially started his career in 2009.

Kaleem Ullah Khan  is a Pakistani athlete who plays for “Tulsa Roughnecks FC” that is a USL team and also played for  “The Pakistan National Team” (as a captain).He has also played in many other leagues like Krygyztan champion league,Sacramento Republic but out of all the matches he has played Kaleem claims a league to be one of his favourite which took place in 2014 when he played with Dordoi FC and was declared as the best player of the year. Khan’s role can be described as an attacking all-rounder, a player who is able to play in a variety of forward positions.

Kaleems Fb page

Kaleems Fb page

Khan became the first Pakistani footballer to sign for an international football management agency, KoraStars Sports Agency, in 2015,which proved to be turning point of his career and he got an opportunity to better training  facilities in the US.He has been compared with Lionel Messi due to his goal scoring record by the local media in Pakistan.

First time in history that Pakistani flag in Oklahoma State America Tulsa Roustabouts: Kaleem Ullah Fb page

Kaleem Ullah Fb page

This chaman based football player has many achievements under his name that includes being a top scorer for any foreign league outside Pakistan. He also holds the record for most hat-tricks scored in the Pakistan Premier League in the season 2012.

Kaleem Ullah Fb page

Kaleem Ullah Fb page

Kaleem who has been called the son of Pakistan wishes to keep following his dream by working hard and making Pakistan proud.