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Kaizer Chiefs find the new Castro?

Once upon a time at Kaizer Chiefs was a striker from Colombia named Leonardo Castro.

Fast-forward a season and Amakhosi have another striker from the same land: Efmamjjsond “Jasond” González from Colombia.

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As previously stated by the South American reporter Jaime Vega, the 24-year-old striker has signed for Amakhosi.

Vega added that Gonzalez will join the Soweto giants on loan from Real Santa Cruz in Bolivia, where he scored eight goals in 19 games.

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The Glamour Boys have now made the official announcement.

Full statement:

“With the season already underway, Kaizer Chiefs continue to bolster their squad by announcing the signing of Efmamjjasond Gonzáles Palacios from Colombia, as they prepare to compete strongly in 2023/24.

“The forward, simply known as Jasond González, is the second player from Colombia to sign for Amakhosi. He joins the team a year after his fellow countryman, Leonardo Castro, departed South Africa.

“González, who was plying his trade in the Bolivian Primera Division for Real Santa Cruz, is expected to arrive in South Africa soon to start his career as a Glamour Boy,” Chiefs concluded.

For now, Molefi Ntseki’s side will visit TS Galaxy in Mpumalanga on Sunday, 20 August, at 15:00.

You can find more articles from Siseko Gwegwe here.

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