Baroka FC defender Mzwanele Mahashe says former teammate Siphelele Ntshangase is an open book, as they prepare to clash at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Sunday (15h30).
Baroka host Ntshangase’s new side Kaizer Chiefs in the day’s big match, knowing what to expect from the enterprising midfielder. Mahashe, however, also knows that Ntshangase has given Amakhosi coach Steve Komphela valuable information about Bakgaga.
“Ntshangase, our former mate. It will be emotional for him to come back. He’s an open book to us and we are an open book to him, so I am pretty sure he has told them how how certain individuals in our team play. But that won’t bother us and it won’t change our game plan or how we play,” Mahashe tells our source.
“The good thing is that we know how he plays and how Chiefs plays, so we will be prepared. We have done our homework on them. I am sure it will be a game worth watching for the supporters.”
Baroka, who are in sixth place on the Absa Premiership standings, are yet to suffer defeat against fourth-placed Amakhosi. It’s a record they are determined to hold on to.
“It’s going to be a massive game. Everyone is looking forward to the game, but it won’t be easy so we will be well prepared. We have been going through our paces this week,” Mahashe says.