A free agent following his departure last month from South African giants Kaizer Chiefs, Durban-born Baccus, 30, returns to the competition in the same week that younger brother Keanu’s move to Scottish Premiership side St Mirren was confirmed.


  • The ex-Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne City linchpin has inked a two-year deal with Macarthur FC.
  • Kearyn Baccus, 30, arrives in the same week that younger brother Keanu's move from Wanderers to St Mirren was confirmed.
  • Baccus will add bite to a side looking to make an big impression next season with Dwight Yorke at the helm.

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The former Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne City number eight made 46 league appearances across three seasons with the Chiefs, picking up a runners-up medal in last season’s CAF Champions League final.

But he suffered bouts of homesickness during his spell with the Amakhosi, and an eventual return to the competition where the box-to-box protagonist made 62 appearances for the Red and Black and 27 for Melbourne City was also a strong possibility.

Bulls new coach, Premier League legend Dwight Yorke, has also added teenage goalkeeper Alexander Robinson to his squad.

The 17-year-old, who had a breakout NPL season, joins the club on a scholarship contract.


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