Chiefs Signing Fit To Face Former Club
Siphelele Ntshangase Is Not Injured For Kaizer Chiefs
Kaizer Chiefs new boy, Siphelele Ntshangase, says that he’s fit to face his former club, Baroka FC, when they meet at his old stomping ground on Saturday afternoon.
The 24-year-old made his debut for Chiefs as they beat Polokwane City 2-1 last weekend, pulling on the famous gold and black jersey for the first time since making the move from Bakgaga.
Having been seen limping from the field at the end of that game there were some concerns about his fitness, although he insists that there is nothing to worry about for the Amakhosi faithful.
He told the club’s official website, “I was not injured. It was just the result of a minor collision. I am fine and already in full swing preparing for the next game.
“They will want to perform against us,” he continued. “It is common knowledge that, as is the case with most teams, they will want to prove a point and cause an upset. Credit to Baroka, they’ve done well this season.
“Only one point separates us on the Absa Premiership log. If we want to remain in contention for the league championship, we will need to go into this clash with determination to bring home three points.”
When asked about the prospect of facing his former teammates, he was unfazed, saying, “I approach any match with an open mind, and Sunday won’t be any different. I am now Amakhosi and my loyalties are with this team. We are completely focused on our mission and ambition to win every game.
“The preparations are going well. It is a good feeling to be in the midst of these great players. When given an opportunity to play on Sunday, I plan to seize the moment and write my own script in the history of this glamorous club.”
Baroka host Chiefs at 15h30 on Saturday.