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Ngezana Breaks Silence On Chiefs Exit

Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Siyabonga Ngezana has broken his silence on his surprise move from Amakhosi to Romanian giants FCSB.

The 25-year-old will join the Romanian Liga 1 side once he has received his visa after signing a five-year deal.

This publication has learnt that FC Sheriff were also keen on his services, but an outright bid of €600,000 (R12 million) from FCSB, formerly known as Steaua Bucaresti, secured the services of the towering centre-back.

Ngezana himself took to Instagram, to pen an emotional farewell message to his teammates, former coaches, Chiefs’ leadership and the club’s faithful.

“I had many mixed emotions about the decision I took for my future,” he wrote.

“This has been the toughest decision I’ve took for me and family but I always envisaged leaving on the right terms in the right way and at the right time and that is now.

“Growing up supporting this team it as a dream come true to be the part of it. The experiences of highs and lows created great memories of brotherhood.

“I will never put into words the love and support I got from this family of Kaizer Chiefs and the fans since day one till this day of my departure.

“Thanks to the coaches who coached me in the past for guidance and the words of wisdom likes of coach Steve Komphela, Giovanni Solinas, Ernst Middendorp, Gavin Hunt, Dillon Shepard and Arthur Zwane.

“I came here as a young boy now I’m leaving as a man (uyindoda Sessa). As I conclude my stay at the club, I would like to thank all of you staff members, players, manager Gerald Sibeko, bosses Kaizer Motaung Junior and Bobby Motaung and chairman Dr Kaizer Motaung for the love and support over the past seasons on and off the field.

“I wish the club to get back to glory days and best of luck on the coming season and I will always be a supporter a supporter of AMAKHOSI 4LIFE.”

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