Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane confirms Njabulo Ngcobo has apologised for untoward behaviour

2022-04-28 07:45:00 PM

Kaizer Chiefs' young defender Njabulo Ngcobo has apologised to the club for his untoward behaviour during Amakhosi’s 2-1 DStv Premiership defeat to Golden Arrows in Durban on Wednesday.

Kaizer Chiefs' young defender Njabulo Ngcobo has apologised to the club for his untoward behaviour during Amakhosi’s 2-1 DStv Premiership defeat to Golden Arrows in Durban on Wednesday.

Kaizer Chiefs' young defender Njabulo Ngcobo has apologised to the club for his untoward behaviour during Amakhosi’s 2-1 DStv Premiership defeat to Golden Arrows in Durban on Wednesday.

“I think with Njabulo it was the heat of the moment. I don’t think he did that intentionally. He was just upset with himself because he made a mistake that ended up being a goal that brought Golden Arrows back into the game,” Zwane said.“As his coach right now, it would be unfair to crucify him and not to help him instead because I was a player myself. I’ve made mistakes as a player and I was given an opportunity to learn from those mistakes.

“Njabulo is in a similar situation right now and he needs us, he needs his teammates and he has apologised this morning because he is obviously back to his senses right now,” he said.“And you could even see after the game he was remorseful and realised the damage was bigger than what he at first thought.”

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I don’t think he did that intentionally. He was just upset with himself because he made a mistake that ended up being a goal that brought Golden Arrows back into the game,” Zwane said. With the Premiership title way out of reach, Amakhosi are now just playing to finish in one of the CAF spots, as interim coach Arthur Zwane recently expressed the club's desire to conquer Africa. “As his coach right now, it would be unfair to crucify him and not to help him instead because I was a player myself. I’ve made mistakes as a player and I was given an opportunity to learn from those mistakes. With six matches to go, fourth-placed Amakhosi have to quickly put that defeat to Stellies behind them and pick up points to qualify to play continental football next season. “Njabulo is in a similar situation right now and he needs us, he needs his teammates and he has apologised this morning because he is obviously back to his senses right now,” he said.

“And you could even see after the game he was remorseful and realised the damage was bigger than what he at first thought. It was my first time to see the way people love this team in the stadium.” Chiefs are due to entertain Cape Town City at FNB Stadium in Soweto on Saturday (3pm) as they search for a first win after coach Stuart Baxter’s departure from the club. Chiefs began life with the former Bafana Bafana coach with back-to-back defeats to Stellenbosch and Abafana Bes’thende. It's just those few mistakes and then they punished us. They’ve now lost three games in a row including that 1-0 defeat to SuperSport United which was Baxter’s last match in charge. The fifth-placed Amakhosi need to quickly get their house in order if they are to stand any chance of finishing second on the log. In Durban, Chiefs is a big team.

City are also in the running for the runners-up spot as they are third on 41 points, two points ahead of Chiefs and four points behind second-placed Royal AM. Sundowns have already won the league race with four matches to play. The Soweto giants visit Arrows at Princess Magogo Stadium on Wednesday. .