Cape Town City mentor Jan Olde Riekerink has offered a report on failed to remember winger Aubrey Ngoma, who presently can't seem to play since joining borrowed.
Ngoma got back to City toward the beginning of the period on an advance arrangement from Mamelodi Sundowns until June this year.
In any case, the 31-year-old, who dominated in his past stretch with the club, presently can't seem to show up this season as he battles with injury.
The previous Orlando Pirates winger last played a serious counterpart for Sundowns in February a year ago, and Riekerink has now clarified how far he is from making his second presentation for the Citizens.
"I expect he will be essential for the match crew in an exceptionally brief timeframe, so that implies he's prepared to play," reacted the Dutch strategist, when tested over Ngoma's status after their 2-0 misfortune to Orlando Pirates.
"It doesn't imply that he's fit to play on the grounds that, before he came to Cape Town, he didn't play a ton of matches so on the off chance that we return from SuperSport [United], we will have an inviting match and I feel that will be the first occasion when that he will get an appearance."
The Cape outfit have stayed in Gauteng after their visit to Orlando Stadium on Tuesday as they next face SuperSport at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Saturday night (17h00).
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