After only appearing three times in the DSTV Premier League for Marumo Gallants this season, Siphelele Ntshangase could find himself in search of another club again as as he has fell down the perking order and struggling for game time
Ntshangase has made just one start and two substitute appearances for the Limpopo based outfit and with a handful of games remaining his future with the club seems to have been decided.
With Dan Malesela mentored team enjoy a fine run both in the league and cup competition.
Raymond Mdaka the club's assistant coach seemed to confirm that the former Kaizer Chiefs player could be allowed to move on at the end of the season as there was stiff competition for places.
"The continual absence of Ntshangase from the matchday squads could be due to competition for places in the team and noone is guaranteed an automatic place in the team," said Mdaka.
Ntshangase joined Gallants in August, having finished the previous season without a club since parting ways with Chiefs in March.
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