Zimbabwean and 1899 Hoffenheim striker Knowledge Musona has returned to the PSL to sign with Kaizer Chiefs
Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed the return of striker Knowledge Musona on loan from German Bundesliga side 1899 Hoffenheim.
Musona will spend the 2013/2014 season with the PSL champions, and he told the club website that he is happy to be back to the club that made him famous.
“There is so 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,” said Musona.
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The 23-year-old Musona has admitted that his stay in Europe was tough, and he blames it to the reshuffling in management at both Hoffenheim and Augsburg.
“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,” he added.
The Zimbabwean international said that he has been monitoring Chiefs’ progress while in Germany, and he believes that the South African soccer league is stronger than before.
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“I always checked Chiefs results online and I was happy to see that the PSL has become tough. There is no longer a small team and I was happy to see the league getting stronger,” concluded Musona.