The South African Football Association (SAFA) is reportedly not happy with Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Rulani Mokwena.
Mokwena threw shades at Bafana Bafana for the lack of communication with the clubs.
This comes after Sundowns had a problem with few of their players after they returned from the national duty injured.
Ngwenya's response comes few days after the Bafana head coach Hugo Broos also expressed his disappointments towards Mokwena with claims that his comments were inappropriate and unnecessary.
Speaking to TimesLive, Ngwenya said he is even disappointed that technical people are discussing medical matters.
Ngwenya said he is also disappointed with the fact that technical people at Sundowns are not communicating with their medical people because Mokwena's remarks show that.
Ngwenya also claimed that Mokwena's comments were defamation of character because his comments were questioning the professionalism of the national team setup.
Ngwenya went on to say technical people must leave medical matters to medical people and not use medical people when they have their own jobs to deal with.
Source: iDiski Times
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