Ntshangase Found Himself A New Home
Finally, Siphelele Ntshangase has found himself a brand new home with Marumo Gallants in the North Of South South Africa Limpopo. It is amazing how Sphelele was thrown to the curve like that, he left Chiefs at the end of last season after they stopped using his talents on the pitch.
The club went to get European players while they make one of the freshest talent benches like it was to better than 50% of the midfielders that play in the Premier Soccer League. He might succeed in his home if he works harder than everyone in the club.
Sphelele Ntshangase was considered a dribbling maestro in his time, the problem is that on Supersport and the South African Broadcast the commentators do not do a good job promoting good soccer players, like giving them nicknames so they are hyped and the people watching the games can know who they are.
If the talent was not sold like how they did Percy Tau who is an exceptional football player who is benching out in Europe due to the lack of familiar surroundings. He was made number 10 of Chief but was not disciplined enough to live up to the hype.
Most talented players never live up to the hype, they are usually good for one season then they get blinded by the lights, the lifestyle, and everything else so they forget the hard work it took for them to be in the position they are in right now. His new home might make him complete since he is now 28 years old he needs new challenges in his life.
He has not been on the pitch for a year now, Gavin Hunt got to the club and sidelined him for the whole season whereas the Maritzburg united coach liked what he brought to the table.
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