Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siphelele Ntshangase has again walked himself into a valley of darkness at Marumo Gallants just over six months into his stay at the club.
From his battles at Chiefs, Ntshangase has sunk even deeper into the mud at Marumo where his value continues to drop with each passing week.
Ntshangase joined Marumo at the beginning of the season with the expectation of reviving his career after it jammed while at Chiefs.
At Chiefs, he had a mere seven appearances in his last two years with the club eventually decided to show him the door prior to the expiry of his contract.
Following a long search for a new club, it was hoped his fortunes would improve after joining Marumo where he was signed against the will of the then head coach Sebastien Migne.
Sources have told this website that his body language has not been encouraging and told of a plyer thin on both confidence and interest.
The 28-year-old has three appearances this term totalling 113 minutes and hasn’t been able to last an hour on the pitch at Marumo regardless of the coach at the time.
Dan Malesela has used him just once in the league match against Orlando during which he pulled him off just 37 minutes into the game despite scoring earlier on.
He has not been in the squad this year in all six games played by the club and is evidently on his way out at the end of the season.
Marumo travel to Royal AM in their next assignment.
Royal AM is a club that turned down the opportunity to sign him at the beginning of the season.