Ngizana ranks Ntziki as the best player in the world

Ngizana ranks Ntziki as the best player in the world

Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Syabunga Njezana has full faith in the clubNew coach Molefe Nitski tells why he believed itIt’s the right guy to end AmakhosiCup dryness for long periods.

Nzezana depends on Teacher I am a lawyerIntelligence and coaching experience gained by coaching the SA U-17 national team before being promoted to head coach at Bafana Bafana. Ntseki coached Njezana in the U-17 national team.

Netsky good man… wise guy. I call him a teacher, he knows football. Even off the field, it isGood man and hesa father figure. heMore than just a football coach. So I feel itHe will come up with something special if he isGive enough time to implement his ideas. feel likeHe’s the right man to bring back the glory days, Nzana told Sowetan.

You hardly get coaches with experience coaching junior and senior national teams, and Netski has that experience… He knows how to deal with youngsters and senior players. He has good human management skills.

Njezana, who was sold by the Chiefs to Romanian club FCSB for a fee believed to be in the R12m region earlier this month, is convinced that being helped by Arthur Zwane, with whom he worked as a part-time deputy during his tenure at Bafana, will also help Ntseki.

Zwane was demoted from his coach to assist Netske alongside Dillon Solomon after taking over last season.

Remember, he (Netske) worked with Coach Arthur at Bafana, so they’re very close. I think this is also a good partnership in terms of not giving up continuity. He. SheIt’s also good that Ntseki has been with Chiefs for two years, so he knows the Chiefs way of doing things.

While Netsky wasFirst game at the helm, albeit a friendly, the Chiefs lost 1-0 to Tanzanian champions Young Africans in Dar es Salaam on Saturday.

The Chiefs, who officially launched their new kit tonight, will continue their preparations for the impending season by going to Botswana to take on the Township Rollers – who have a few South Africans in the likes of Thabo Rakhale and Tshepo Matete – at the Botswana National Stadium on Saturday.

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