A Kaizer Chiefs midfielder has revealed which are some of his favourite hobbies outside of football.
The 2019/20 season is finally making a return next weekend after over four months without any domestic football due to the nationwide lockdown.
Before returning to club training late in June, players in the Premier Soccer League spent three-months doing virtual training indoors, which meant that they had more time to spend with family and on other hobbies.
“Outside soccer, I love watching Aussie rules,” Kearyn Baccus said on Chiefs’ official website. “I have enormous respect for their players, they can run all day. They are super fit and the game is tremendously fast. It’s incredibly exciting to watch.”
“I don’t watch too many (PSL) games, the player added.
“However, if we play, for example, Polokwane City, I will always check out a recent fixture from them. I will watch how they play and, of course, I will especially check how their midfielders operate, how they pass, combine with each other and so on. Nothing major, but it’s important to do.”
During the football season, Baccus usually has Leonardo Castro as a roommate during camp.
“We talk about a variety of aspects, our families, soccer, South Africa, Australia and Colombia, where ‘Leo’ comes from,” he went on to say.
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