Njabulo Ngcobo, a Kaizer Chiefs player, sends a message to fans.
When Kaizer Chiefs take on TS Galaxy in the Nedbank Cup, defender Njabulo Ngcobo is relishing the opportunity to add another trophy to his collection.
Under the guidance of Dylan Kerr, Ngcobo was a member of the Warriors team that won the inaugural DStv Compact Cup, beating Coastal United 2-1.
The defender has since returned to Amakhosi, who face TS Galaxy in the Round of 32 on Saturday, February 12 at the FNB Stadium.
“I appreciate my supporters voting for me; it means a lot to me that they believe in me.” “It was a good experience; mixing with players from other teams helped me learn a lot,” Ngcobo said on his club’s official website.
“Those two games held a special place in my heart. I haven’t played much as a defender this season, so it was crucial for me to get back into that position. I performed admirably in both games, but there is still room for me to improve.
“You learn from different players in these situations, such as when you’re on the national team.” Jele was having a great time playing with me, and I learned a lot from him. You try to learn as much as you can when you play with guys who have been around for a long time. I’m glad I gave it my all and got something in return.”
As Amakhosi prepare for the first game of 2022, Ngcobo has his sights set on returning to the club.
“I play for the Chiefs because I want to win for the team, so the Nedbank Cup is crucial for us.”
“Because we are returning to the tournament after a break, the camp would have aided our competitiveness.” Everyone is ready to play based on how the guys are training, and it’s clear that everyone is prepared to compete.
“We understand the significance of every game, and we cannot emphasize how important our round of 32 game against TS Galaxy is, and we must work hard to succeed,” Ngcobo
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