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bradford (park avenue)
Chib returned to Town in June 2016 after notching 18 goals in 47 appearances during his previous spell at The CNG Stadium.
Speaking on the strikers return, manager Simon Weaver commented:
“Since leaving us he’s had a successful time at Bradford Park Avenue and has really matured as a footballer. We’ve watched him a few times this year, and of course, have seen what he’s done against us. Chib is the type of player who is a thorn in the side of defences, and can provide a constant threat in games, something we were keen to add to the group.
He will really suit our style and shape, and provides fantastic competition for the strikers already in the squad. He gives us something else with his explosive attacking play, and is not afraid to have a shot on goal.
He’s found his identity now as a footballer and I believe he’s a better player than when he left us. It’s clear that he’s developed physically, but hasn’t lost that hunger and desire to improve. I’m delighted that Chib has come back home”.
At Bradford Park Avenue, Chilaka averaged a goal every 2.5 games