The youngster who says he was told that he is too small to play football ,he was encouraged by Spain when they won the FIFA World Cup in South Africa in 2010.Ntsiki Ntsabeleng who played for Stars of Africa before joining Kaizer Chiefs says this success is dedicated to his father.
Speaking to FC Dallas media team said" It was like a dream come true when I see my name on FC Dallas lists".He was scouted by University of Coastal Carolina while he was still playing for University of Johannesburg and he was offered the scholarship.He also played for America College for full two years.
This opportunity will create more chances for Ntsabeleng even to be recognise by Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos.This opportunity came at the right time where Bafana Bafana coach wants to explore talent from young players.Amakhosi fans who are not happy about the current coach Stuart Baxter who seems not interested in playing the young ones , loosing another youngster could add more pain in Naturena.
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