Former Chiefs Youngster Confirms Polish Move
Andile Nqabeni Confirms Polish Move
A former Kaizer Chiefs youngster, Andile Nqabeni, has confirmed that he is with Proch Pionki in Poland.
Nqabeni is a product of Chiefs’ development, who had been on the club’s books from 2007 until 2013.
Having been signed by SuperSport United in 2013, the striker spent time playing for FC Cape Town on loan from Matsatsantsa. He had stints with Moroka Swallows and Santos in recent times, before securing a move to Poland.
As reported in edition 1032 of Soccer Laduma, Nqabeni and Mkhanyiseli Siwahla are with Proch Pionki in Poland. Nqabeni has confirmed to the Siya crew that he is, in fact, playing for the Polish team and not on a trial.
“I am here (Poland) and playing. He (Siwahla) is the one who has just arrived. I have been here since early this year. I joined the team during the second round of their season and finished the season with them. I decided to come (to) this side so I can enjoy my football.
“I did not rush into informing the media when I made the move and that’s why not many people know I am here. I am playing and doing well here,” said Nqabeni.
Reports from Poland indicate that Siwahla has been impressive in training and friendly games for the side, with a possibility that he could earn a deal.
“I am doing well in so much that clubs here are now interested in signing South African players. That has been the aim for me that someone should open doors for others,” concluded Nqabeni.