Cape Town - Mamelodi
Sundowns striker Bonginkosi Ntuli, who is currently on loan to AmaZulu until
the end of the season, admits that there is still no clarity on his future with
Bafana Ba Style.
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Ntuli, whose impact at Usuthu has been significant, says he
just wants to play as much football as possible next term and sincerely hopes
that whatever decision is taken by the relevant parties is taken in his best
During the first half of the current campaign, Ntuli simply
did not feature in coach Pitso Mosimane's plans at Sundowns. His circumstances
at AmaZulu have been quite the opposite though.
“It's up to my parent club to decide where I will play [next
season],” said Ntuli.
“I just want to play regularly, and I don't mind where...as
long as it is a team in the PSL, but like I said, Sundowns will decide where I
will play next season.”
At this juncture, there is the distinct possibility that
Usuthu will make the drop when the season ends and that is something that Ntuli
will have to think about carefully, if and when there are negotiations about
his future at Sundowns.
He is nevertheless confident that the Durban outfit will
emerge virtually unscathed when the campaign ends.
“I think we do have the quality to stay in the PSL. We
haven't lost a game in our last four matches in the league,” said Ntuli.
“If you look at the log now, we are not far off the other
teams ahead of us.
“We still have a lot of games to play to save our status,
and I think with the quality here we will win the majority of those games to
stay in the league.”