CASTILLO LOANED TO SAN LUIS
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Friday, May 28, 2010
Club America defender Edgar Castillo is on the move again with another loan, this time to fellow Mexican Primera Division club San Luis.

Castillo had spent the previous year at Tigres where he played at left back for the Monterrey club before an injury forced him to the sidelines in the final weeks of the Mexican BiCentenario.

The representative of the Las Cruces, New Mexico native confirms that Castillo will now play this year for Michael Orozco's old club in San Luis Potosi.

"It is official that Club America is loaning Edgar Castillo to San Luis," said Castillo's Agent, Eddie Rock, to YA. "The loan duration is for one season."

Prior to joining America, Castillo started his professional career with Santos before signing with the Mexico City club in January of 2009.

In his two seasons with Tigres spanning the 2009 Apertura and 2010 BiCentenario, Castillo appeared in 23 league matches and scored two goals.
Dave
Sunday May 30, 2010 9:05 pm
San Luis has the same ownership as Club América and Necaxa but isn't the flagship team of the Televisa fortune, so this could be considered as sending him out to the "farm team." Could work out very well for the young man.
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