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Kaizer Chiefs confirm new signing from A-League

2019-07-05 12:47
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Cape Town - Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs on Friday confirmed the arrival of Durban-born midfielder Kearyn Byron Baccus who has signed a three-year deal from Melbourne City FC.

"Kaizer Chiefs would like to confirm the arrival of Kearyn Byron Baccus," the club said.

"The Durban-born midfielder lands in Naturena from Australia where he played for Melbourne City FC in the A-League. The 27-year old has penned a three year deal with Amakhosi."

Chiefs on Tuesday announced the double signing of Baccus alongside Serbian striker Samir Nurkovic.

"Kaizer Chiefs welcome their new player, Samir Nurkovic, on a three-year contract," the club confirmed.

The striker was born in the Serbia in 1992. He recently played for KFC Komarno in Slovakia, where he had an impressive 2018/19 season.

The club also confirmed that Nurkovic - who scored 23 goals with 5 assists in 28 appearances last season - will wear jersey No 9 in the upcoming Absa Premiership season.

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