Kaizer Chiefs midfield legend Reneilwe Letsholonyane has offered advice to Siphelele Ntshangase ahead of the 2019/20 season.
Ntshangase is enduring a struggled move to Naturena following injury and form issues since joining in August 2017. At present , "Stash" has only 29 appearances and three assists to show in two seasons at Amakhosi.
"I don't know, obviously I haven't seen him train but that's my point or view, that things don't come easy just because you are talented,” Yeye told Kick Off.
“You just need to work hard so that your hard work complements the talent.”
"So for me that's the advice I can give him, that he needs to work hard, and then when his time comes he's there to grab it with both hands."
Asked whether Chiefs should part ways or hang on to the 27-year-old from KwaZulu Natal’s Pongola, Yeye said: "Let me not comment on that.”
"No, let me not comment. But he is a good player, that's all man. He is a good player and then he just hasn't shown his ability, he needs to work harder so that he can get game-time and cement his place. It doesn't just come because you are a good player, he needs to work hard.”
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