One of Richards Bay FC heroes Somila Ntsundwana has finally revealed why he rejected AmaZulu FC’s request at the beginning of the season.
Nsundwana has been one of those AmaZulu FC players that has been moving up and down with no permanent home and some even doubted his capabilities as a striker.
"It's not about proving a point, it is about Somila Ntsundwana moving to another level, I feel like some people always knew what I'm capable of doing it’s just that I was not given a chance,” Ntsundwana tells the Siya crew.
"I can't blame anyone because coaches have their preferences, I took that as a blessing in disguise, I knew one day there will be a team or coach that will believe in me and the chairman called, he trusted me that I can help the club to the DStv Premiership.”
"If the chairman and coach believe in you, who are you to disappoint them? For me, I want to thank the club for trusting me.”
The striker says Usuthu wanted him to remain at the club but still send him out on loan, which is something he didn't want and chose to move to the Natal Rich boys permanently.
"AmaZulu wanted me to stay and loan me but I didn't want to because I wanted a stable home, whereby I felt safe hence I moved permanently to Richards Bay FC.”
"First preference will always be Richards Bay FC and if the chairman is happy with an offer, we will see but whoever approaches me, must guarantee me game-time because I can't leave to be on the stands.”