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OFFICIAL: Baccus has joined a new club in Europe

https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/categories/news/sa-players-abroad/durban-born-keanu-baccus-joins-st-mirren/719777

There are rumors that the outstanding player, who was born in Durban, has moved on from the Western Sydney Wonderers to the St. Mirren team, which competes in the Scottish Premier League. The news organizations have been provided with this information.


After playing the majority of his career in Australia, Keanu Baccus reportedly concluded his relocation to Europe. Keanu Baccus played the majority of his career in Australia. This information was obtained from the magazine "kick off."


Keanu Baccus has an older brother named Kearyn Baccus, who played as a midfielder for the Kaizer Chiefs Football Club in the past. At the moment, Keanu Baccus is representing Orlando City Soccer Club in his professional career.


The age of the player is currently 24 years old at this point in time. He fills a role on the squad that is nearly identical to that of his older brother, who was also a member of the club and played the position of defensive midfielder.


Both of the players were born in South Africa, but they spent the majority of their childhoods in Australia. South Africa is where both of their parents were born. They started their careers as professional football players in Australia. Australia was their first stop.


The Scottish team St. Mirren and the player, who is 24 years old and plays in the midfield, came to an agreement on the conditions of a contract that will continue for two years.


Keanu Baccus has revealed to the press that the impending departure from the place he has called home for the majority of his life is something that causes him to experience some feelings of melancholy. Despite this, the will be looking forward with great anticipation to the next step of his career in football.

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