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Chiefs Star's Future In Fresh Doubt

The eventual fate of striker Leonardo Castro at Kaizer Chiefs has been tossed into new uncertainty following the Colombian's most recent injury misfortune during Saturday's Soweto derby.

Castro's season had as of now been seriously affected by injury having shown up to date.

The Colombian was presented as a substitute at half-time yet was then removed soon after the hour mark because of a hamstring injury.

Individual assailant Khama Billiat was additionally removed because of what had all the earmarks of being a muscle injury.

"Both of those wounds are exceptionally disheartening in light of the fact that when you work at a first class club your greatest adversary is delicate tissue wounds," Baxter said.

"We have two players in a single game that both get hamstrings strains. This implies there is something not right with our stacking.

"Along these lines, both have hamstring wounds, I'm speculating they won't prepare for seven days at any rate.

"Leo is a piece more regrettable in light of the fact that it pinged, Khama's was deteriorating and extended however I think we got him off on schedule.

Castro's future at Naturena will presently go under expanding theory with his present agreement set to terminate toward the finish of the current mission.

The 32-year-old joined Chiefs from rivals Mamelodi Sundowns in January 2018 and is among the top workers at the club.


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