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Will Kaizer Chiefs Fans Be Happy With This Decision?

Kaizer Chiefs attacker, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo broke his silence on his lack of regular time under trainer Stuart Baxter. The 21-year-old Amakhosi was one of last season's top performers with 35 appearances in all contests, with four games scored for the Soweto giants.

However, this season Ngcobo was reduced to one bit with Baxter preferring Cole Alexander and Keagan Dolly to a bit of a player in front of the young talent. The left-footed winger, who made just three appearances, all coming as a substitute, seems to have accepted his new role as an impact player off the bench.

"It's constantly under pressure, you have to modify the game, you have to change the game," said Ngcobo to the media department of the club. "I don't believe I did awful for the few minutes that I got, but I think I can improve. If I have 15 minutes or more, perhaps I can try to help the team achieve a goal," Ngcobo said.

Ngcobo entered in the 74th minute when Amakhosi succeeded PSL newcomers Royal AM in a league encounter at home last weekend with a surprising 4-1 default. The young man is called Mshishi emphasised that after being embarrassed by Royal AM, he must ensure that he sends a message.

"I believe everybody's on toes, everybody's working. We know we have to upgrade our game and ensure we send a message to the next game. "We're ready for them, I watched them play. They're a terrific squad, they want to keep the ball, so we just have to go there and implement our plan for the game," Ngcobo continued.

Chiefs are presently 13th in a 4-game league with a victory over a winless side of the Gallants, which will take Amakhosi to the top and get closer to where they want to be.

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