The agent of Kaizer Chiefs star Njabo Ngcobo has spoken against Stuart Baxter.
Ngcobo has not seen any game time since joining Amakhosi during the previous Window transfer.
Speaking on a press conference on Thursday, the head coach of Amakhosi Baxter claimed that the player still needs to earn his trust and he cannot just throw him in the deep.
Pressure is mounting for the English man to give Ngcobo a chance even the Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos has previously questioned Baxter's decision to bench the reigning defender of the season.
Speaking to Sowetan Ngubane has insisted that his client cannot be happy with a limited game time.
"Every player wants to play, so automatically when he’s not playing he can’t be happy," said Ngubane.
He added that the player is the defender of the season and he wants to play because he wants to represent the country in Bafana Bafana.
Ngubane added that he is also not happy because the player was trusted by Broos at Bafana because he sees his talent.
Ngubane concluded that one can not change the way that the coaches do things but hopefully the player will get his chance to play.
Source: iDiski times
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