Confession Time! Siyabonga Ngezana: FCSB standout admits fault for issues at Kaizer Chiefs

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Just under twelve months ago, the 26-year-old left the Glamour Boys to join Romanian powerhouses.

What occurred?

 

Following seven seasons with the Chiefs, where he progressed through their Youth Development Academy, Ngezana said his farewells to the club in search of fresh avenues. Despite signing a three-year contract with the possibility of a two-year extension in March 2021, he departed after only two years.

 

Since joining FCSB at the onset of the 2023/24 season, Ngezana has settled in well at the club and has emerged as a vital component of the squad. With 27 league appearances to his name, he has also provided an assist.

 

The Broader Picture

 

 

Beyond just securing regular playing opportunities, Ngezana stands on the brink of potentially capturing his inaugural league title. FCSB concluded the regular season of the Romanian Superliga with 64 points, positioning themselves in a title race against CFR Cluj, University of Craiova, Farul Constanța, Rapid Bucuresti, and Sepsi Sf. Gheorghe.

 

With an impressive streak of four consecutive victories in the playoffs, they currently sit atop the table. Just two more triumphs would see them clinch the league championship and earn a coveted berth in the UEFA Champions League for the upcoming season.

 

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Ngezana’s Remarks?

 

 

Amidst his achievements in Romania, Ngezana recently provided insights on his Instagram, captioning his post with, “I can see clearly now.”

 

In response to a fan’s comment in the section, suggesting, “Chiefs was the problem 😂,” Ngezana clarified, “Not Chiefs, Siya was the problem.”

 

 

What’s Ahead for Ngezana?

 

After interacting with fans in South Africa, Ngezana will now turn his attention to FCSB’s upcoming championship playoff fixture against Rapid Bucuresti on Saturday, April 20th. Following this, they will face Sepsi on Wednesday, April 24th.

 

 

 

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