There is a joke that when a footballer is better than expected, he is named twice. Jay Okocha is the ideal model. He was so acceptable they needed to name him twice.
Yet, an alternate content can be expounded on Siphosakhe Ntiya.
He is vulnerable.
When a brilliant possibility at Kaizer Chiefs, the failed to remember 24 year old left back is battling to track down a fitting club.
Amakhosi didn't stay quiet about it that he was undesirable consideration the club after they set a "available to be purchased" pennant on his unofficial ID.
Having been on the Chiefs move list for quite a long time, no club has approached showing any interest.
His camp is presently getting stressed as the exchange window closes on a couple of days time.
In any case, it isn't all pessimism for Ntiya-Ntiya. He has an agreement with Chiefs that goes through to June 2023.
On the off chance that he neglects to get a club toward the finish of the exchange, he will remain on and train with Chiefs Diski Challenge group.
That is clearly not were he needs to see himself. However, once more, it offers him one more opportunity of attempting to dazzle mentor Stuart Baxter.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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