Kaizer Chiefs star Nkosingiphile Ngcobo has opened up about the club’s pre-season preparations.
The Glamour Boys endured a difficult last season which ended trophyless once again.
Adding to Kaizer Chiefs’ woes was the fact that arch rivals Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns both won trophies.
Ngcobo however has warned the club’s rivals that Chiefs are well aware of the ‘war’ that’s looming and will be well prepared this time around!
KAIZER CHIEFS WILL BE READY FOR ‘WAR’ – NGCOBO
“Pre-season is both physical and tactical preparations and mental as well. So, we are putting in the work to make sure that when we leave camp we are ready,” Nkosingiphile Ngcobo told Citizen.
“And we know the war that we are going to face, and we are ready for it. In the upcoming season we are ready to put into practice on the field whatever information that has been given to us. We are ready to fight for the badge.”
In other news, Kgaogelo Sekgota has been linked with an exit from Kaizer Chiefs ahead of next season.
The speedy winger is reportedly drawing interest from Stellenbosch FC as well as from Belgium!
Sekgota has one year left on his contract at the Glamour after joining them in 2021 from Swallows.
The latest reports suggest Stellies will next table an offer for the 26-year-old Bafana Bafana international.
AMAKHOSI WINGER WANTED LOCALLY AND ABROAD?
“Stellenbosch FC have approached Kaizer Chiefs over the services of winger Kgaogelo Sekgota, who has a year left on his contract.” a SABC SPORT report read.
“But they will have stiff competition to try get a deal over the line with news that the player has also attracted interest from Belgium.
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“Stellenbosch’s pursuit of Sekgota depends on whether they are willing to meet Kaizer Chiefs’ valuation for Sekgota as well as the player’s personal terms.
“It is likely allowing him to go abroad is more favourable, and should any potential move fall flat then Amakhosi risk losing the player as a free agent a year from now unless they table a contract extension.”