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Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Edgar Castillo has a new home in the Mexican Primera Division joining Puebla on-loan from Club America.

It marks the third loan for Castillo since being acquired by Club America in January 2009.

His previous stops included a year and a half at Tigres before spending the 2010 Apertura at San Luis.

The Las Cruces, New Mexico native started his career at Santos Laguna.

Castillo's representative confirms that that the defender will be with Herculez Gomez's former club for the 2011 Clausura which starts in January.

"Edgar will be announced by Puebla on Wednesday and is on loan for six months," Eddie Rock of Libero Sports told YA.

Castillo featured in 19 matches for San Luis during the Apertura scoring one goal.
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