Portuguese Luis Rocha and Carlitos are already on the island of Crete and are two of the four reinforcements confirmed by Chania club officials in recent days, after the club’s exit in the Greek Cup, against Veria (1-2).
Round the clock, with SuperLiga 2 kicking off in Greece on October 16, Chania FC seeks to patch some gaps in its professional crew, meeting expectations and in line with the ideas of Greek coach Spyros Baxevanos.
The 29-year-old left-back Louis Rocha has spent the past few seasons in Poland, with Legia Warsaw (where he has won two tournaments) and Krakow. Prior to that, the player who trained in Famalicão and V. Guimarães (which included the main team that won the Portuguese Cup in 2012/13), had already played in Greece in the service of Panetolikos.
Striker Carlitos, also 29, brother of Cecquinho, the winger representing Wolverhampton, played in Armenia in the service of Bionic. With training at Benfica and Estoril, he debuted as an applicant at Sintrense and then bet on a career abroad, with stints in Cyprus (DOXA, AEL Limassol and Anorthosis), Poland (Wisla Plock) and Kazakhstan (Kaysar).
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