“Ngezana Must Not Return To The PSL”
Ngezane was able to control the defence, not only playing in the full-back position, but when duty called, he slotted perfectly into a center-back role, which make him an indispensable player. Being able to shift mindsets into these positions, is no easy task, which is why a European club came calling.
Former Kaizer Chiefs striker, Samir Nurkovic has been in a legal battle with Pal club, Royal AM over a contractual dispute, which saw the club owned by Shawn Mkhize terminate the Serbians contract early, to the tumultuous groans of the PSL. Nurkovic signed a two-year deal, not long after being released by the Glamour Boys, but he never featured in any competitive matches. Nurkovic’s contract was terminated 2 months into this binding agreement, without any form of compensation. The club argued he was released due to a lengthy period of ‘sick leave.’ The Serb took this discrepancy forward to the PSL, where, in his favour, it was announced that Royal Am has to payout the contract, a fee which comes close to R12 million, or ‘Mkhize’s men’ will face a ban imposed by FIFA.
On the latest episode of the Fan Reaction Show, Mzansi praises former Kaizer Chiefs defender Siyabonga Ngezane for making a move to Europe, where he has signed for Romanian Ligue 1 club, Fotbol Club FCSB. Mzansi reacts to the legal battle between Samir Nurkovic and PSL club Royal AM after his contract was terminated prematurely.