Orlando Pirates midfielder, Aubrey Ngoma’s agent, John Aphiri, promised that he will ensure the Bucs man gets more game time in the upcoming season, despite the club not officially confirming the future of the player.
Soccer Laduma reported last week that the Pirates left winger could be earmarked for a loan spell, either to his former side, the University of Pretoria or Limpopo-based outfit, Polokwane City, in the upcoming 2014/15 campaign.
The 24-year-old has only managed six league starts this past season for the Buccaneers, and will hope for a better return in the new season.
“What I can promise is that Aubrey will be playing good football next season. All he needs is an opportunity to prove himself and he will deliver. Look at the likes of Mpho Makola and Khethokwakhe Masuku. They were able to take their opportunities and break into the Bucs side,” said Aphiri.
It remains to be seen whether the move to Rise and Shine will materialize, however the Siya crew will be on top of things regarding Ngoma's future.