With Baxter inclining toward the accomplished matching of Daniel Cardoso and Mulomowandau Mathoho so far this season.
Ngcobo likewise showed the full exhibit of his adaptability subsequent to highlighting in a cautious midfield job for Bafana in their new success over Ethiopia in a World Cup qualifier.
"I clearly don't have a precious stone ball so I don't have the foggiest idea what will occur concerning wounds," says Baxter on Ngcobo's odds of including as a focal safeguard.
"I don't figure he made a terrible showing with Bafana, by no means. I surely thought there were players that were more terrible than him, totally.
"I do figure you can check out him either as a middle back or as a protectively solid focal midfielder. He is sufficiently adaptable to play both of those positions.
"Obviously, he hasn't played in midfield so much, however you can convey him there as basically a third community back driving him to run into ownership and dropping in the middle of pretty much when you are safeguarding.
"His flexibility gives us choices and it is surely something that I would prefer not to discard without having an appropriate glance at in light of the fact that he needs to discover his distances, he needs to discover his equilibrium and he needs to discover his aims and be agreeable in that job,"as you can see the picture below.
Ngcobo was named in the firing line up as Chiefs whipped Chippa United by 4-0 to dial down the strain Baxter.
The 68-year-old was satisfied with his side's exhibition with aggressor Keagan Dolly featuring in the confidence boosting triumph.
"I thought the fellows played well this evening," Baxter told SuperSport TV.
"It was most likely a nearer game than 4-0. We chose in the second half we would play further. We welcomed a couple of crosses. Whenever you take your risks and don't pass up on opportunities and when you forestall your rival as opposed to giving the adversary those minutes I was standing up before the game".
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