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Is Ngezana Ready For Bafana? Reader’s Voice

Having recently completed his matric, Siyabonga Ngezana, joins the likes of Itumeleng Khune, Hendrick Ekstein, Kgosto Malope and on loan forward Emmanuel Letlotlo, to graduate from the development academy at Kaizer Chiefs.  

Having scored on debut under Steve Khompela, Ngezana is defensively solid. He has made the centre back position his own since Erick Mathoho lost form. He even forced the team to loan-out Bafana defender, Lorenzo Gordinho to Bloemfontein Celtic.

Ngezana's ability to score goals from set-plays makes him a real asset to the team. His ability to play with anyone at the back means he can adapt to any defensive situation.

What do you say, should Ngezana be selected for Bafana Bafana?

*The above written article was submitted by a Soccer Laduma reader    

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