Absa Premiership

Ng'ambi wants Ntuli stay

2015-11-27 14:27
Bongi Ntuli (Supplied)

Cape Town - Platinum Stars attacking midfielder Robert Ng’ambi is hoping that Bonginkosi Ntuli’s stay at the club can be made into a permanent one.

The Bafana Bafana interntional marksman is on loan at Dikwena for the season from Mamelodi Sundowns and has made a decent impact at the North West club, netting three league goals.

"Yes, he is a great player but it’s not my call to make," Ng’ambi told Goal website.

"The management and coach will have to decide whether they would like for him to stay or not, but from my point of view, I think he is an exciting player and everybody at the club is excited to have him around. He is a quality player.

"He has scored four goals so far, and personally as a player I like him and would love for him to be here permanently because he is helping us a lot in terms of our aims and ambitions of what we want to achieve as a club," said the Malawi international.

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