Wise man shared wise words, and said; good things takes time. No matter how some of Kaizer Chiefs FC supporters criticized Siyabonga Ngezaba, he decided to keep his head up, and invested in hard work.
In case you kissed this interesting news, Charismatic FCSB owner Gigi Becali has confirmed the news that we have been reporting that there is a Ligue 1 interest in former Kaizer Chiefs FC deffeder Siyabonga Ngezana.
However, according to the reports, FCSB chairman has put a condition, and Siya will only leave his club on that one condition. The owner also confirmed that the team that is interested is from France.
“It’s a team from France, but they don’t price players before they finish the league. At least let the transfer window come, every player with me is for sale,” the owner said telling Fanatik, in a recent interview when asked about the former Amakhosi star, possible mine.
The twenty seven years old defender has made top performances in Romania since leaving the most decorated club in South Africa, Kaizer Chiefs FC, in August this year.
Siyabonga Ngezana’s performance for his new side has not only seen calls for him to be included in Bafana Bafana. He had also attracted interest from Europe with clubs in Romania and France expressing interest in his top services.
In South African money, Ngezana can be sold R142 000 000.00, and Amakhosi will get 10% of that amount, due to their sell-on clause in the player’s contract. Ngezana can be sold in January with the top price.
Our analyser Senzo Sambo, used to analyse Ngezana while he was till at Chiefs, here is what he said that time.
“Talking about an inconsistent player he never maintains his performance season after season. Siyabonga Ngezana trust me just that some coaches love him but to be honest akunamuntu la he is bomb awaiting to happen. I personally know each and every season he will have his moments of good form even win MOTM awards perform good for like 4 to 5 games after that back to square 1.
“Last season towards the end he was very solid i remember even people praising him for marking Shalulile the whole game but he couldn’t maintain that form. Under coach Gavin Hunt you guys remember he also had those moments whereby he performed for like 5 games then back to square one.
“An inconsistent player i have nothing against him but he is 26 years old now we regard him as a full professional nothing more to learn from the beautiful game we expect consistent performances because at Chiefs you have to perform from the first game of the season until the last. Let him prove me wrong.” He added.