FORMER CHIEFS PLAYER NTSHANGASE SET FOR PSL MOVE
Ntshangase passed on Amakhosi for Marumo Gallants trying to reignite his football vocation.
Be that as it may, things didn't work out as expected for him. All things being equal, they just went from awful to more terrible with Ntshangase just playing three matches the entire season for Gallants across all rivalries.
Ntshangase was an easily recognized name at Chiefs during the 2018/19 season.
Playing much of the time under Giovanni Solinas that season however he has not appreciated anything near that measure of gametime somewhere else.
Presently, he is set for one more maneuver as he hopes to turn another leaf in his profession.
Ntshangase is probably going to be delivered by Gallants this exceptional exchange window, as indicated by KickOff. This is in light of a legitimate concern for both the player and the club given that he has just shown up in three years across the DStv Premiership and every homegrown prize.
Might we at some point see Ntshangase make a re-visitation of Naturena? The reality of the situation will surface eventually.
Where might you want to see the previous Amakhosi man play next season?
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