Good News, Thandani Ntshumayelo makes a return in football
By Sanele_writer | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 7981 views
After the former Orlando Pirates middlefielder Thandani "Bibo" Ntshumayelo was given a lengthy four year ban from football after testing positive for cocaine is now set for a return to the pitch.
His ban was reduced with two years were he had to educate the youth about dangers of drugs.
Bibo has been training with the Soweto Giants Swallows Football Club and has been virtually analysed by coach Brandon Tutler.
Tutler provided that he is loosing weight and slowly getting back to fitness and that he is lucky to train with players who he is familiar the likes of Thabo Matlaba, Musa Nyathama Vuyo Mere and Lebogang Mokoena.
The coach also added that Ntshumayelo could only be set to play next season but at the moment he will be working to put his fitness at test and work on being his level best.
Thandani was seen with Baroka Football Club in 2019 but ended in a short spell were he never got plenty game time because of his match fitness.
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