Bafana Star Bongani Zungu Facing International Trouble
By FridayRomane | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 873 views
Bongani Zungu , one of South Africa's most valuable overseas players is currently in trouble with his international Scottish team ,the "Rangers". According to the team's coach Steven Gerrard, Zungu is among the five Rangers players who have breached covid-19 regulations issued by the Scottish government.
The Rangers' coach is yet to elaborate on the nature of the breach but has virtually confirmed that the five people who were involved in the saga are surely to be punished.During this season only, two Rangers players had been handed seven-match bans just for attending a party during lock-down; so we can safely assume that Zungu's punishment will be something similar and if worse, maybe a little fine will also be added. As of now, the players have been temporarily suspended while they are in self isolation.
Let's just hope that this mess won't affect Zungu's international career;seeing that he has been struggling to make the Rangers' starting XI making only four starts since joining the team.
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