Hunt:Break the Silence on Why he Doubts Using Ngcobo in Africa
By Thabo_TheCreator | self meida writer
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Most Fans wants to see their favourite player starting especially if he is doing well. However at times the coach plans differently compared to what fans want. Gavin Hunt has finally broken his silence on why he does not feature Ngcobo on starting line up all the time especially in CAF competition.
The Chiefs mentor said he doubt using Ngcobo on certain games in CAF competition, because most teams in Africa they have big tall ruthless players. He is trying to protect him from injuries.
Lionel Messi is small and tiny, however he plays in all competition whether European, World cup and South America and he has manage to adapt regardless how tall or small his opponents. Tall players has found it difficult to tackle Messi with the ball in his feet.
The likes of percy Tau were given the chance to express themselves they are now household names in South Africa, even though they are not tall. The likes of Tso Vilakazi at some point back then he was a regular at both "Bafana" and Pirates. He did well playing with tall big players in Africa.
This is not right, he is a professional player. How can you expect him to grow if you continue to babysit him said social media user.
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