Latvian national team midfielder Vladimir Kamesh has joined Latvian Football League leader Riga FC, reports Riga FC on its website.
Vladimir was born on 28 October 1988 in Liepaja and is a football student in that city. In the early stages of his professional career, Kameš spent most of his time at the Liepaja Metallurgical Company, but in 2010 also played in the Gulbene-2005 ranks. It should be noted that during the 2010 season, Kamez worked in Gulbene with current Riga FC head coach Mikhail Koev and managing director Roman Layuk. At the end of 2012, Liepaja Metallurgic played nearly 90 games and scored 25 goals.
In 2013, Kamen moved to the Russian Premier League club Amkar Perm. Vladimir played 17 games during the year. 2013/2014 In the second half of the season, a Latvian football player played 10 games for the Russian national league team "Neftekhimik", where he scored one goal.
In 2015, Kameš had six games in Polish outfielder Pogon Szczecin. Then, until the summer of 2016, Kameš played in Liepaja, where he played 25 games, scored seven goals and became the national champion. For the next two seasons, Kamesh was one of the leaders of the Russian National League's Headquarters. In two seasons, Vladimir played 58 games in the Championship and scored 12 goals.
In 2018, Vladimir scored two goals in seven games for Liepaja, but then returned to the Russian National League with SKA haarbovsk. In 13 games in haarbarovsk came one goal from Kamese. Kamešs also played 18 games in Latvia's national team.