Former Kaizer Chiefs flop Siphelele Ntshangase is again looking for a club following his departure from Marumo Gallants.
Ntshangase had joined Gallants at the start of the season, but in March 2022, reports of him not showing any signs of interest surfaced.
It has now been confirmed that Ntshangase is no longer at Gallants after the two parties decided to go separate ways.
NTSHANGASE HAS STRUGGLED SINCE HIS DAYS WITH KAIZER CHIEFS
Ntshangase’s struggles in the topflight started when he joined Chiefs from Black Leopards in January 2018, and this was during Steve Komphela’s tenure as coach.
He couldn’t cement his place in the starting line up despite all the hype around his big move to Naturena as the midfielder often settled for a place on the bench.
Ntshangase was then released by Chiefs in March 2021, and he had to stay almost four months without a team before Gallants gave him a chance at the start of the 2021-22 season.
The 29-year-old former Bafana Bafana international leaves Gallants having made just three appearances and scored a single goal.