Ng'ambi ready for challenges

2015-06-05 09:37
Robert Ng'ambi (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Platinum Stars midfielder, Robert Ng'ambi, is set to leave the club, with Bidvest Wits and Orlando Pirates looking like possible destinations at this point.

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The Malawian midfielder's contract at Dikwena comes to an end in June next year and they would want to sell him early to avoid him leaving for free.

The Malawian born player, who suffered some injuries in the 2014/15 season, said that he is ready for the new challenge.

He said he wants to grow as a player and that's why he would want to face a new challenge.

"Nothing is yet clear of where I am going at the moment but wherever I go I am ready to face the challenge,” the former Black Leopards player said.

"Any challenge is good for me as a player.

"It makes me continue working hard and I won't be resting this break as I want to be working on my fitness.”

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