The business manager of former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siphelele Ntshangase has explained the player’s sudden departure from Naturena.
Ntshangase, 27, left the club on Friday by mutual consent, in terminating the contract that still had four months to run until June 30, 2021.
Jazzman Mahlakgane, who represents the player, explained to FARPost in a phone call that it was “inevitable” that Ntshangase would leave given the fact that he had not been a regular under any of the three coaches he worked under since arriving from Baroka in 2018.
“It was inevitable,” admitted Mahlakgane, who always speaks his mind on football matters.
The renowned football business manager further explained that terminating the contract now means the talented midfielder has an opportunity to start “afresh” and find a team ahead of the 2021/22 DStv Premiership season.
In doing so, Ntshangase would have an opportunity to play “week in and week out” elsewhere, to fulfill his true potential.
Ntshangase is not a free agent since he left Chiefs after the close of the transfer window last month.
This means he cannot play for another team this season.
By Tiyani wa ka Mabasa