The 14-year-old son of Scara Ngobese has been named to the Chiefs' under-17 squad. Does this mean Lwandle Ngobese will participate in the PSL this season?
According to The South African, it is doubtful that the child of the veteran player will gain playing time with the senior side. However, if he is one of the most brilliant under-17 players, he will put the Kaizer Chiefs academy on high alert for the future. He has already accomplished this as the youngest new member of the under 17 team and the son of a Kaizer Chiefs legend.
Lwandle Ngobese is the son of the late Scara Ngobese; due to his skill, Mamelodi Sundowns desire his son as well.
Scara Ngobese was a South African soccer player who last played as a midfielder for Kaizer Chiefs. On May 11, 2010, the great actor passed away in Johannesburg.
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