Jimmy Tau: “Njabulo Ngcobo must start along De Rueck in the next match against Ethiopia. Xulu costed us yesterday, he almost handed the Ethiopians a goal if De Rueck wasn't there that was going to be a goal despite save from Williams. Broos must try Ngcobo and De Rueck a duo that was massive in the COSAFA Cup, they understand and connect well each other. Both players won the best PSL defenders so we need to see them playing together in the national team not everything is not about players who play in Europe, we need players from PSL also to show
Jimmy Tau , he's right there I saw Xulu dragging his feet he giveup as soon the ball hit Williams..." I wonder is this guy still willing to play for national team " if De Rueck wasn't there we could saying bad stuff about Broos Now as nation , this thing of dragging his feet it's not for the 1st time , there was a goal his cost us where he ball watch & there was a player behind him went n scoring...
Give Ngcobo Chance , he might not play at club level but we know what he can offer
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