Musona back at Kaizer Chiefs

Musona back at Kaizer Chiefs
Published: 05 July 2013
Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed that the club have re-signed Knowledge Musona from Hoffenheim on a one-year loan.

Speaking to the club's official website, Musona said: "There's nothing much to say - Kaizer Chiefs is my team and my first home.

"I am happy to be back. And looking forward to the season and working with the players and the technical team. Any jersey number will do for me, as I don't play a number, I play football.

"My stay in Germany was tough especially as I didn't get much game time due to changes in management at both teams that I played for.

"I always checked Chiefs results on line. And was happy to see that PSL has become tough, there is no longer a small team and was also happy to see the league getting stronger."

Musona has been in Germany for the past two seasons, where he's been playing for TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, a team which loaned him to FC Augsburg.

The two seasons in Germany were a far cry to what Musona did in the 2010/11 PSL season when he finished as top goalscorer with 15 goals.

Baxter, who guided Chiefs to a rare league and cup double last season, sounded excited about the prospect  of having the Zimbabwean international in his side.

"I am sure he will add value to the team even though we have players in the same position who have done well," Baxter said.

"He's got history with the club and I think that's a plus for him," he said.

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- businessdaily


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