“With the situation that he is faced with at Pirates it is obviously best that he leaves for the sake of his career.
“I think he has already engaged his agent with regards to finding another club where he can continue instead of continuing where he is not playing.
As The South African reported last month, Ncikazi’s name went viral across the web after using a rather odd analogy about Sundowns’ financial power compared to Pirates.
“Some teams are playing with development players, getting young players. Most developments were closed, SAFA was closed but Sundowns buys at Woolworths, and we buy at Pick n Pay and Spar,” the former Golden Arrows coach said. Read the full story here.