Ntshangase out to seize the moment


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Ntshangase recently switched allegiance to Chiefs after a six-month spell at Bakgaga, who he joined in the off-season from National First Division outfit Black Leopards.

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The 24-year-old made his Amakhosi debut as a 64th minute substitute in a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Polokwane City at FNB Stadium last weekend.

Ntshangase is mindful his ex-employers will be eager to extend their four-match unbeaten run in all competitions against the Glamour Boys, who trail log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns by four points after 17 matches.

“They will want to perform against us,” Ntshangase told his club's website. “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.

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“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.”

He added: “Our supporters must please come in big numbers. We need their support and to help us win this match.”

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