In the end, will the chiefs finally decide to break up with a high-earning person? See who they are.
In football, things don't always go as planned when a team signs a player, even if the player is a big name. This is because things may go bad.
After all, though he's been paid a lot, he hasn't done much for the club's success at all. So far this season, he has only played six games for Amakhosi because he has been hurt.
Soweto Derby: He came on as a substitute on Saturday, but was taken off again after pulling a hamstring and having to go back on again.
Chiefs will have to make a very important decision about the future of the striker who has been out for a long time because of injuries. This is something that everyone at the club is now aware of.
Castro's contract with Amakhosi runs out at the end of the current season, and there doesn't seem to be any real reason for Chiefs to extend it.
If Castro were to leave, it would be a good idea for the team to clear up their wage bill and also raise their chances of getting a new Striker. It would not even be a surprise if the club didn't want to keep the Colombian's contract.
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