Bongi Ntuli says he would do well if playing for Orlando Pirates

Bongi Ntuli says he would do well if playing for Orlando Pirates

- AmaZulu player, Bongi Ntuli, believes that he would score many goals for Orlando Pirates

- The striker thinks that playing for a big team would open up more goal scoring opportunities

- At present, no offer has been made but Pirates are shopping for a new striker

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AmaZulu striker, Bongi Ntuli, says he would win the Absa Premiership Golden Boot if he signed for Orlando Pirates. The only goal scorer of the team is tied in second place as the top scorer of the season.

The 28-year-old has been linked with the Soweto club but no news has been released yet. Orlando Pirates are currently shopping for a striker and Ntuli believes he's the man for the job.

Bongi Ntuli says he would do well if playing for Orlando Pirates

Bongi Ntuli says he would do well if playing for Orlando Pirates
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According to KickOff.com, Ntuli said that he would be very happy playing for a big team. He went on to say that the Buccaneers have not officially approached him yet.

Ntuli has played for a big team before, having had a stint at Mamelodi Sundowns. He says that if he had another chance, he would do things differently.

The player believes that Orlando Pirates has a lot of goal scoring opportunities for him because the team "knows how to play".

"If I can get a full season with Pirates, I can score a lot for them because as you know a net never gets full"

He added that nothing went wrong during his time at Sundowns. He believes that he was not given enough chances and time.

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Ntuli hopes that AmaZulu will not give him any issues if he has to leave the club as it is not something he has discussed with management.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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