Source: The South AfricanMany players were affected by the power shift in Amakhosi and many top earners got axed for newcomers to enter. A newly sacked Kaizer Chiefs defender is ready to join a new Premier League (PSL) team. Siphosahe Ntiya-Ntiya is reportedly close to joining rival psl side Sekuhune United. The full-back was part of a mass exodus to Naturena that saw more than a dozen players fired. New reports confirm that Ntia-Ntia has been spotted at another top-flight team, Sekuhune United.
WILL FORMER KAIZER JOIN THE NEW TEAM?
After being sacked by the Kaizer Chiefs recently, Sifosakhe Ntia-Ntia has reappeared at a club in Gauteng. Read the FarPost report. Ntiya-Ntiya trained with Sekhukhune United on Friday afternoon with signs the club expects to sign him.
The 25-year-old has just received official permission from Amakhosi and can join the club of his choice. The defender joined the development ranks of Kaizer Chiefs before being promoted to the senior team in January 2018. He made his DStv Premiership debut on 6 January 2018 against SuperSport United in Mbombela.
Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya is a star defender who has made 4 appearances in the Premier League this season, playing 284 minutes in total. Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya scores an average of 0.32 goals per 90 minutes a player is on the pitch. Their current clean sheet percentage is 50%. This means that Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya has maintained a clear position in 2 of the 4 matches the player has played. See how they qualified against other players in the Premier League.
Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya have scored a total of 0 goals in the league so far this season, which puts him 20th on the list of the top goalscorers for the Kaizer Chiefs team. He is not the only player to be affected by this clean up as other top earners, the likes of Benard Parker and Lazarus Kambole faced the same fate.
What are your thoughts concerning this development? I wish the player the best as he finds greener pastures elsewhere and far from Amakhosi. Maybe he may return to haunt the Kaizer Chiefs.
Source: The South African
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