The 20-year-old former Bidvest Wits youth player came on as a substitute in the 62nd minute as Hobro went down 3-1 to Kobehavn last week. It was Chinyaharaâ€™s first taste of competitive football at Hobro, a side he joined in July on a one year contract after being scouted while turning out for Wits in a youth tournament.
And while Chinyahara, who also played for Kaiser Chiefs juniors, can hope to have done enough to secure a contract extension come the end of the season , the same cannot be said of compatriot Ronald Pfumbidzai who is also on the books of Hobro.
The former CAPS United left-back has made the match day line-up just once and has had to get used toÂ spending much of his time on the terraces.
Hobro are also home to Zimbabwe international Quincy Antipas, who is yet to play a single match this season after sustaining an injury in May.
The struggling outfit look headed for relegation as they anchor the standings with just eight points from 13 matches.