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Sundowns To Return For Ngoma In January

Mamelodi Sundowns To Come Back In For Aubrey Ngoma In January

By Soccer Laduma - Sep 15, 2017 09:16 AM

Mamelodi Sundowns could look to come back in for Aubrey Ngoma in the upcoming January transfer window period, despite having three of their offers rebuffed.

Read more: City Striker In A Race Against Time To Face Chiefs 

Sundowns’ interest in Ngoma has been no secret ever since Chairman John Comitis released a statement in May where he revealed that Head Coach Pitso Mosimane allegedly contacted the player without the club’s permission in attempts to try and lure the 27-year-old to the Chloorkop-based club.

The CAF Champions League winners maintained their interest in Ngoma up until the final minutes of the transfer window on August 31.

It was revealed to Soccer Laduma at the time that Sundowns’ had three offers for Ngoma rebuffed by the Cape Town-based club. However, the Siya crew has since been informed that the player could be heading to Masandawana in the upcoming January transfer window. 

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Siya sources have revealed that Ngoma has a buy-out clause in his contract, which will come in to effect in January of 2018, with sources adding that the Brazilians will look to trigger the player’s clause.

The Bafana Bafana international is still however on the mend after undergoing surgery and indications are that he would have returned to full action come January next year.

Now, it remains to be seen whether Ngoma will remain with City for the rest of the 2017/18 campaign or if a move to Sundowns, or elsewhere, will materialise for the player in the upcoming transfer window period. 


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Peace Ntshangase Joined: 26 Sep 2016
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EagleEye Sep 15, 2017 12:41 PM
The package will have increased as well.
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Swinedunus-6-Rats-0-namanje Sep 15, 2017 11:28 AM
The next defender on Sundowns radar is Dan Malesela watch the space. They sign everything that is on crutches.
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Vhivha Sep 15, 2017 11:02 AM
Coach Pitso, i have suggested to you to scoop Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal whilst he was available, and you ignored me, Ngoma is on CTC radar, Bennie and Comittis has future plans for this boy. Lebese must work hard to fill the void left by Dolly as well as the role you intended Ngoma to perform
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ndleleni_89 Sep 15, 2017 10:04 AM
im not getting tired ke Ngoma can we have news not this.
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Coach T Sep 15, 2017 09:28 AM
Promote young players & you'll have a team that is competitive. This guy is good but the team won't be as good as you think, a young player brings excitement
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iDunu Sep 15, 2017 09:25 AM
The happy-go-lucky Tau has timeously found form after having steered Sundowns to a 2-1 win with his brace over Free State Stars on Monday. The Brazilians are six games away from etching another winner's star on their club crest in the continental competition. Tau was instrumental for the Brazilians last year as they surged to their first African title. The Tshwane giants will hope Tau's scoring touch continues when they face Wydad Casablanca in the quarterfinal first leg at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday (3pm). Sundowns have been looking for a go-to man since the start of the season with strikers Leonardo Castro and Khama Billiat struggling not only with injury but also with form. Ahead of the home leg, coach Pitso Mosimane will be pleased that his 23-year-old livewire had timeously peaked his strike-rate. "He [Pitso] believes in finishing our moves. With people who are quick we tend to do the opposite [to scoring]. It's in our nature as skilful players but it's important to score goals," Tau said. The Bafana Bafana international believes the team's experience in continental football from the past three seasons should pull them through to the semifinal. "I don't think it's a do-or-die game [on Sunday]. Even if we get a draw we can still beat them away. So it's just about how we manage the game. We are very experienced in the competition. "I've developed a good relationship with the Champions League. It's something I like so much, so I'd be happy to win it again. "We know it won't be easy, it's a challenge we have embraced and we are prepared for it. "Our aim is to go back to the Fifa Club World Cup."
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iDunu Sep 15, 2017 09:21 AM
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane is targeting a clean sheet when they take on Moroccan side Wydad Athletic in a CAF Champions League first-leg quarterfinal clash at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday afternoon. He said stopping Wydad from kissing the back of the net would be the best result for the Brazilians. This would enable them to hit the road to Casablanca next week with a massive advantage. "The worst result you can think for us this weekend is that if we don't score, they mustn't score," he said. "If it's a draw, it must never be a draw with goals. You get punished when people score against you at home." Mosimane is confident that he has a team capable of getting a win in Morocco. "We have a team to play an away game because we do well in away games, but I would like to see Sundowns score and not concede here at home. Sundowns leave on Monday for the return leg in Morocco.

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