Stuart Baxter's management of the Kaizer Chiefs severely damaged promising players career and destroyed the team's legacy. Many players were harmed by favoritism and insufficient playing time and are now sacked by Arthur Zwane due to their declining grades.
Meanwhile, Colombian striker Leonardo Castro has offered to regret his departure from Mamelodi Sundowns in 2018 to join Kaizer Chiefs. When Castro made the controversial move to Amahosi four years ago, the Sundowns clearly dominated domestic football.
As a result of his departure from Sundowns, some fans turned against him, while Chiefs supporters praised and supported him. Although it hasn't been played much since it was bought for €100,000, its value has increased.
Castro left Sundowns for the chiefs because the mighty Tshwane couldn't give him what he wanted. At the back, Castro believes he could have handled the situation better with the Sundowns as their bid wasn't bad. And he thinks he's learned from those mistakes over the last few years as he's gotten older and wiser.
He is comparable to other club players. This is a company that offers translation services. We are discussing new contracts and deals. I decided to go because I didn't agree. I found an alternative option so now is the time. I put my family first. That's why I have to make sure that I choose the best alternative. You will make mistakes in life, but you will become wiser as you get older. "If I could go back in time, I would do things differently. Things aren't that bad, but we can investigate further.
Super striker Leonardo Castro has played a total of 590 minutes in 12 Premier League games this season. When David Leonardo Castro Cortes is on the pitch, he averages 0 goals in 90 minutes. That offensive form puts them at 207th out of 389 Premier League players with at least three games played. The player has scored 0 goals in the league so far this season, which puts him in 21st place in the Kaizer Chiefs top scorers list.
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