Absa Premiership

Eagles hope to keep Pirates striker

2016-04-28 08:45
Siyanda Ngubo (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - National First Division club Royal Eagles seem to have had no indication from Orlando Pirates with regards to the future of striker Siyanda Ngubo.

Ngubo has been in fine form for the Durban team this season, netting 10 goals in only 18 games as Eagles find themselves in the top three and play-off zone for promotion to the Premiership next season.

Stand-in coach John Tlale had nothing but praise for the youngster's contribution.

"He's a young boy with a lot of dedication and everyone would love to have him because his goal scoring tells you how committed he is," Tlale told Goal website.

"So for him, if he can be with the team for next season it would be a morale boost for the boy and the team.

"He is a quiet boy and everybody at the club likes him because he hasn't given us any problems."

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