- Aubrey Ngoma has reportedly grown unhappy and frustrated with a lack of game time at Mamelodi Sundowns
- The winger is reportedly desperately looking for a way to get out of his contract with Mamelodi
- Ngoma has yet to make an appearance for the club this season and only featured six times last season
Aubrey Ngoma has reportedly grown increasingly unhappy and frustrated with a lack of game time at Mamelodi Sundowns and is understood to be desperately seeking a way to get out of his contract with the current PSL champions.
Ngoma has not made a single appearance for Mamelodi Sundowns this season and only featured in a total of six matches across all competitions last season.
Ngoma was outstanding while he played at Cape Town City with his consistent performances earning the attention of Mamelodi Sundowns. The move is believed to have cost Sundowns at least R8 million.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Ngoma has come to rue his move to Chloorkop which has not gone as he had hoped.
Citizen.co.za reported that Ngoma has told friends that he feels like he is being unfairly treated by the technical staff at Mamelodi Sundowns. Ngoma reportedly feels as if his hard work during training is being overlooked because he is not given the opportunity to play.
Sources close to Ngoma have revealed that his frustration has become evident to everyone and he has made it clear that he is looking for a way to leave the club.
Ngoma believed that Percy Tau and Khama Billiat’s departures would pave the way for him to become a regular starter for the side, but this dream has simply not materialised.
The source claimed Ngoma has made it clear that he is desperate to play and doesn’t mind being sent on loan or being sold to another club, he just wants to play as much football as possible.
It seems likely that Ngoma will be loaned out or sold in January as Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane previously said he was preparing to trim his squad in January.
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