Under mentor Gavin Hunt, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo had an advancement season in the 2020/21 season. The teenager was one of the players who profited from Amakhosi's boycott by FIFA, with the club giving other young players a chance to play in the first team.
Following his consistency last season, Ngcobo has piqued the eye of European scouts, according to Soccer-laduma. This is especially true in the CAF Champions League. Ngcobo had been invited to St Gallen for treks in the past. Regardless, he didn't have a serious bodily problem as a result of it.
The 21-year-old had no influence in last week's Soweto derby, which Amakhosi won 2-1 against Orlando Pirates. Except for those with exceptional abilities, it is now uncommon for South African teens to move to Europe.
They must win home games on a regular basis in order to achieve this goal. FNB Stadium must be converted into a solid foundation for the Chiefs to succeed. Baxter and the Chiefs won the PSL title in 2015, and it was an important component of that championship campaign.
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