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Ngcobo: I’ve Not Played As A Defender

There were general blended sentiments about the DStv Compact Cup, yet Njabulo Ngcobo has clarified how it offered him the chance to do what he hasn't done quite a bit of at Kaizer Chiefs since going along with them a year ago.

He was essential for the Warriors group that secured the debut contests last end of the week at FNB Stadium under mentor Dylan Kerr.

"I thank the allies for deciding in favor of me, I am truly glad to see that they trusted in me. The experience was great, blending in with players from different groups assisted me with gaining some useful knowledge," Ngcobo told the club's true site.

The safeguard said he was happy to get the intriguing an open door to play in a recognizable job since Chiefs mentor Stuart Baxter has involved him more as a focal midfielder.

"Those two games were extraordinary for me. I have not played much as a protector this season and it was vital for me to play in that job once more. I did above and beyond the two games and there is still opportunity to get better for me in my game," he said.

Amakhosi return to activity since December last year to confront TS Galaxy in the opening round of the Nedbank Cup one weekend from now.


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