Mamelodi Sundowns defender Sifiso Ngobeni

Usuthu get Ngobeni loan signing, with Mabiliso set to leave 

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AmaZulu FC have hit the ground running in the January transfer window, securing the loan signing of Mamelodi Sundowns defender Sifiso Ngobeni on a six-month deal.

Their back up left back Sibusiso Mabiliso is linked with an exit during this transfer window. 

But the newly signed 26-year-old left-back adds competition and depth to Coach Pablo Franco’s squad, providing cover for AFCON-bound Riaan Hanamub and injecting a dose of “exciting energy and dedication” into the KZN-based outfit.

Speaking of his move, Ngobeni exudes genuine enthusiasm: “I’m thrilled to be here. I’m ready to work hard, please the fans and the president, and help this team climb the table.” His ambition? To push AmaZulu “into the top 4” and bring joy to their loyal supporters.

Ngobeni’s journey began with Bloemfontein Celtic in 2019, where his undeniable talent attracted interest from across the Premiership. Mamelodi Sundowns snapped him up in 2021, and he also enjoyed a successful loan stint with Supersport United.

Mamelodi Sundowns defender Sifiso Ngobeni deal


AmaZulu, eyeing a strong finish to the unpredictable DStv Premiership second half, recognise Ngobeni’s experience and tenacity as valuable assets. His arrival is a strategic move to bolster their defensive options and propel them closer to their season goals.

With Ngobeni on board, AmaZulu fans have reason to be excited for the remaining games. The team is geared up for a thrilling second half, promising plenty of action and a determined push towards the top of the table.

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Meanwhile, Sibusiso Mabiliso looks set to leave the club during this current window. 

Mabiliso was recently on suspension over disciplinary issues and his future with the club hangs in the balance.

The former Kaizer Chiefs defender is linked with a move to Sekhukhune United should Usuthu cut ties with him. He has struggled to hold his own at the Durban side, living under the shadow of Namibian international Riaan Hanamub. 

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