- Junior Khanye recently shared his views about Siphelele Ntshangase playing for his ex-team Kaizer Chiefs
- According to Khanye, Ntshangase will be better off playing for another team such as Baroka or AmaZulu
- Khanye says that Ntshangase will be under less pressure while playing for another team
Outspoken former Kaizer Chiefs player Junior Khanye has asked the team's mid-fielder Siphelele Ntshangase to leave the team. According to Khanye, Ntshangase is under too much pressure at Kaizer Chiefs and will fair better playing for another team such as Chippa United, Black Leopards, or even AmaZulu.
Speaking candidly during a recent interview, Khanye said that Ntshangase, who has made only 5 appearances on the field for Kaizer Chiefs in all their competitions this season, does not have a future with the team and should rather seek greener pastures elsewhere.
"He can even go back to Baroka because those coaches there also believe in ball players. To be honest‚ he doesn’t have a future at Chiefs because he has been sitting there for a long time and nothing has happened."
According to a DispatchLive article, Khanye thinks that Ntshangase is "a little bit lazy" although he was a good goal scorer for the Leopards. Khanye also believes that laziness is something that can be worked on.
Mzansi has had this to say about Khanye's opinion about Ntshangase:
"This Khanye boy destroyed his future now he want to destroy other people lives, leave Chiefs alone boy"
"For me vele he must leave Chiefs and to me, he failed as a player even when given few minutes to impressed."
In other Briefly.co.za sports news, Coach Gavin Hunt recently delivered a stern warning to the players on his team about being distracted by the fame that comes along with being a player in one of the most prominent South African teams.
According to Hunt, there is no place on his team for bad boys and glamour boys who are depicted by their lifestyles as lovers of fancy cars and clothing, spending a lot of money on babes and expensive parties.
Hunt obviously wants his team - which walked away from a Stellenbosch game with no goals scored last Saturday - to focus more on the science of football and less on the popularity that accompanies the title of a Kaizer Chiefs player.
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