Blacktown City FC stalwart Travis Major has bid farewell to Sydney after securing a professional contract with the Hong Kong Pegasus FC.
The 26-year-old who spent the majority of his football career with Blacktown City before moving to the Hyundai A-League in 2015 playing with the Central Coast Mariners, attracted interest from the Hong Kong Premier League based club and wasted no time in landing Major.
Playing in a number of positional roles for Mark Crittenden’s side whether it were in defence, midfield or up-front, Major’s never say die attitude and workman like attributes will certainly assist in Hong Kong Pegasus FC’s push for a Championship.
Major played an integral role in Blacktown City’s golden years, especially the last two where he has won the PS4 NPL NSW Men’s Championship and PS4 NPL Finals Series title as well as playing in the Westfield FFA Cup.
Major will begin his professional career with his new club effective immediately.