Ngcobo - who turns 22-years-old on Tuesday - rose to prominence last season after being promoted into the Amakhosi first-team.
However, despite playing an instrumental role to help the Phefeni Glamor Boys qualify for their first-ever CAF Champions League final, the Kwazulu-Natal born midfielder has found life tough under Stuart Baxter this season with his playing time limited.
Here in 🇬🇧England we know him as "Lion of the bench ", he is was our flop Signing of the season last year.
Guys who follow al ahly page plz stop asking people to write in English,, if you check the comments are translated in English.
In order to save costs, chiefs has come with a new ladies team in order to "knock sundowns off their perch" as Baxter once put it.
They were unhappy with the previous coach that's why they were playing bad... Now that Carrick is here they still unhappy, we already know how that's gonna end.he old saying goes "Players win matches, coaches lose matches"
Penaldo is a bad influence to players. He wanna be the coach,scout and player at the same time
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