There is a joke that when a footballer is above par, he is named twice. Jay Jay Okocha is the perfect example. He was so good they had to name him twice.
But a different script can be written about Siphosakhe Ntiya Ntiya.
He is out in the cold.
Once a bright prospect at Kaizer Chiefs, the forgotten 24 year old left back is struggling to find a fitting club.
Amakhosi did not keep it a secret that he was unwanted attention the club after they placed a "for sale" banner on his name tag.
Having been on the Chiefs transfer list for weeks, no club has come forward showing any interest.
His camp is now getting worried as the transfer window closes on a few days time.
But it is not all doom and gloom for Ntiya-Ntiya. He has a contract with Chiefs that runs through to June 2023.
If he fails to secure a club at the end of the transfer, he will stay on and train with Chiefs Diski Challenge team.
That is obviously not were he wants to see himself. But again, it gives him another opportunity of trying to impress coach Stuart Baxter.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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