Naturena left-back Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya has recently came to the open with regards to a return to the Amakhosi line-up when it previously looked as though his time at Amakhosi was up. This player got placed on the transfer list before the start of the current campaign, he however remained with the club as the transfer window closed without Chiefs confirming any interest in the player's services.
As things stand with the recent Covid-19 outbreak at Amakhosi, there is now yet another chance for this player to prove himself to the Club's technical team and he appeared delighted to be back on the pitch, having featured against Sekhukhune United and Royal AM.
The player expressed how great it felt to be back. With the only thing that has been pushing him which is doing well at training and keeping that positive mindset, his thoughts were that when you are in the right frame of mind, you get what's due to you. Ntiya-Ntiya expressed how Amakhosi were disappointed with their 1-0 defeat to Royal AM over the weekend and how he was hoping they get a positive result against Maritzburg at FNB Stadium on Wednesday, December 22. The player went on to mention that in terms of the result, he thought it was disappointing, but in terms of the performance, the club tried by all means to do what they were required to do by the coaches. The only disappointing part was the result, but they played well.
When asked about the Team of Choice encounter he expressed that, the game against Maritzburg is going to be difficult. The club has to grind because they are looking for results and they are also looking for results. It's going to be a difficult one, but Chiefs need to work.
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