The forgotten Kaizer Chiefs left-back Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya is still at Naturena, working as hard as the rest of his teammates.
Ntiya's the Chiefs, according to Jazzman Mahlakgane, Ntiya's agent, have all the data on the player's current condition. According to Mahlakgane, Ntiya-Ntiya is under contract with Chiefs until 2024, which implies he must leave the club regardless of what happens.
Ntiya's Mahlakgane, as Ntiya's representative, claimed he hasn't had any discussions with Chiefs about the player's future plans.
Due to his limited playing time last season, Ntiya-Ntiya was placed on the Chiefs' inactive list, and the left-footer is yet to make the first team this season. Furthermore, on the Chiefs' website, Ntiya-Ntiya and Lazarous Kambole were not listed in the first-team squad.
This raised the question of whether Ntiya-Ntiya had joined the PSL ahead of the election. Kambole, on the other hand, has played for the Chiefs this season, so Ntiya-Ntiya still has a chance.
"He's with the team," the narrator says. I assume the Chiefs will be aware of what is going on because he has a contract until 2024. "We haven't had any chats," Mahlakgane told Soccer Laduma. "When I speak with him, he behaves in the same manner as everyone else. He's in a fight for his job "He went on to explain.
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