South American Playmakers Add Versatility to ACSC Attack
After loading the front line with a handful of the best strikers that the world of football has to offer, Alamo City has bolstered their attack by signing two high profile playmakers from South America. Colombian Jaime Castrillon got his name called as the 26th overall selection in the 2012 BSL Player Draft. Bringing with him an impressive resume that includes 3 Colombian Championships while playing for two of the highest profile clubs in Colombia (Medellin/Once Caldes), Castrillon is aiming to provide the same kind of midfield excellence here in the United States.
"You can't ask for anything better in a playmaker. He's played with talent of the highest level and been an influential part of several high caliber, championship teams. This is how you build winners."
Backing up that claim is Alamo City's 27th selection in the Draft. Milovan Mirosevic carries the same kind of resume that Castrillon does.
"He's won the Chilean Title on three occasions with Universidad Catolica, which is as big of a club as their is in Chile. He's also been a playmaker for Racing Club in Argentina. Mirosevic displays the leadership and well rounded attack play that we used to have here in another Columbus player you might have heard of .."
Clearly the reference is to GBS, and if Mirosevic can be half of what he was then Alamo City will have hit another home run with their player selection.