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Kaizer Chiefs striker is fully recovered and he is ready for action

Kaizer Chiefs forward Leonardo Castro’s imminent return to action from an injury that has kept him out since June will carry a double-barrelled mission for the Colombian.

Castro is yet to play for Chiefs this season with his last appearance having been in the CAF Champions League semi-final tie against Wydad Casablanca.

However, he has been back at training working his way back to full fitness and will become a much-desired option considering that he has the familiar faces of Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly waiting for him.

Since arriving at Chiefs in January 2018 from Mamelodi Sundowns where he won four trophies in two and a half years, Castro is yet to win any silverware having scored 29 goals (plus 10 assists) from 110 appearances.

Last season he scored nine from 39 appearances matching the number that he managed in the 2018/19 campaign he also came just one shy of double numbers.

He's also a Robot!! I still believe Kambole can deliver if his played in his Natural Position. What l can say is Sundowns fans stop celebrating the league title its very soon to do that.Castro is better than big headed Norkovich.

Castro is a goalscorer bro he can also dribble just that he's very slow. Castro is better than your Kambole and Nurkovic of yours at least he's rescued us numerous times.we all know the title is gone, sundowns can win all games left or loss only one game Baxter is just defending himself.

You can keep up the wishes and hopes for your hopeless fans or leave to coach drills on by being a motivational speaker to your lousy players, but no Sundowns is not chiefs or pirates,we learned that lesson the time supersport.

Gavin Hunt snatched the league's under our nose with 1point and goal difference,we are more hungry than ever,every player comes to Sundowns want to win something and the league is no exception,maybe ten years to come.


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