Siphelele Ntshangase was released by Kaizer Chiefs during the July/August transfer window and signed with Marumo Gallants to reclaim his place in the PSL. Despite the fact that a move to Gallants saved his career, he has yet to play for the club.
Siphelele Ntshangase was a lucky addition to Marumo Gallants' lineup against Royal AM, but he was unlucky since the opposition filed a complaint against him before the game began. The Marumo Gallants were forced to rearrange their roster in the final minutes before the match started because of Siphelele Ntshangase's removal.
Siphelele Ntshangase was dropped from the starting lineup after MaMkhize's Royal AM contested the number 100 shirt worn by Ntshangase at the club. This is against PSL rules, as clubs and their players are only allowed to use numbers between 1 and 99.
Royal AM filed the complaint, which caused Marumo Gallants to adjust their lineup against them, according to SAFA head of referees Abdul Ebrahim. The situation was brought to the attention of the match commissioner, but before they could act, Marumo Gallants chose to withdraw the player because there was no issue.
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