South African soccer fans were divided over the last week after Kaizer Chiefs announced that they will be hosting Egyptian giants Al Ahly who were in the country to face Mamelodi Sundowns for their return leg of the CAF Champions League fixture, there has been a lot of talks with some of the fans slamming the Soweto giants for agreeing to host a team that is coming to play against 'their brother', on the other hand, Chiefs fans were defending their team saying their team is allowed to host anyone they like since the facilities belong to them and no one else and a former Sundowns midfielder has criticised Sundowns coach Manqoba Mngqithi who slammed Amakhosi after the game.
In a statement, Ngwenya claimed that the Sundowns Guard of Honour is an embarrassment for their rivals, the Kaizer Chiefs. Ngwenya says the Chiefs' Guard of Honour is "embarrassing." A proposed 'guard of honour' by rivals Kaizer Chiefs for Mamelodi Sundowns has sparked debate.
Speaking to Shoot online, Manqoba 'Shakes' Ngwenya discussed money, life after football and him not getting along with coaches. He is currently involved in construction, he stays in Benoni and run a construction company, which is what he decided to do after playing football because he had to put food on the table, and was introduced to construction by a friend who also run a construction company. He renovates schools and buildings, his company is currently a grade 2 construction company. He explained that life
Downs don't need any more signings,' says Ngwenya. Manqoba 'Shakes' is a former Mamelodi Sundowns player. Ngwenya believes the rogue log leaders don't need to sign any more contracts. The defending champions of the DStv Premiership have acquired top player Bradley Ralani to their already formidable lineup.