Ngoma, Mobara & the players who desperately need a move ahead of 2019/20 PSL season

Goal takes a look at the 10 PSL players who desperately need a move ahead of the new season and in no particular order

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    #1 Aubrey Ngoma - Mamelodi Sundowns

    Ngoma was just reduced to a spectator for the better part of the 2018/19 PSL season following his arrival from Cape Town City. He featured in just four matches for Mamelodi Sundowns this past season and registered a single assist. 

    Given his talent, Ngoma desperately needs to get back onto the pitch, and he needs to move to a team which will appreciate his talent. 

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    #2 Abbubaker Mobara - Orlando Pirates

    Mobara was one of the highly rated utility players in the country not so long ago, but his career has taken a nosedive at Orlando Pirates

    He has been previously linked with a possible move to either Bidvest Wits and Mamelodi Sundowns as it is clear that he doesn't form part of Micho Sredojevic's plans going forward. 

    Mobara could only manage eight appearances across all competitions this past season.  

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    #3 Siphelele Ntshangase - Kaizer Chiefs

    The attacking midfielder may have featured 20 times for Kaizer Chiefs this past season, but it is clear that coach Ernst Middendorp doesn't think he has a future at the club as he featured just thrice for the Soweto giants in the league since January 2019. 

    Ntshangase was expected to take his game to another level when he joined Amakhosi from Baroka, but he hasn't really found his feet, and for that reason, he needs to revive his career elsewhere. 

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    #4 Jeremy Brockie - Mamelodi Sundowns

    Two goals and a single assist in 17 matches across all competitions are all that Brockie could manage for the Brazilians during the 2018/19 PSL season. 

    The New Zealand international featured just twice in Sundowns' final 10 league matches, which fuelled speculation that he may leave the club ahead of next season. 

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    #5 Thabo Matlaba - Orlando Pirates

    The Orlando Pirates full-back almost joined Chippa United at the start of the 2018/19 season, but he remained at the Houghton-based side after reportedly rejecting the club's decision to send him to Port Elizabeth. 

    While Matlaba worked hard to win back his place in the team, he was frozen out toward the end of 2018, and chances are that he will leave the Buccaneers before the start of next season. 

    At 31, Matlaba still has a lot to offer South African football. He just needs to make the right decision.   

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    #6 Lucky Mohomi - Mamelodi Sundowns

    The former Free State Stars player was among the top midfielders in the country for a few years, but his time at Sundowns hasn't been a success in terms of game time. 

    Mohomi faces competition from Hlompho Kekana, Tiyani Mabunda, Andile Jali and Oupa Manyisa among other players in the current Sundowns squad, and he desperately needs to revive his ailing career elsewhere. 

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    #7 Letlhogonolo Mirwa - Kaizer Chiefs

    Mirwa hasn't kicked a ball for Kaizer Chiefs in official matches, and the rise of Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya has certainly made him fall down the pecking order at the club. 

    The left-footed player has found the going very tough at Naturena, and moving on to where he will gain experience may not be a bad decision, especially given that he's only 24-years-old.  

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    #8 George Lebese - Mamelodi Sundowns

    Lebese spent the second half of last season on loan at SuperSport United, meaning he has to go back to parent club Mamelodi Sundowns now that his loan deal has expired. 

    However, the former Amakhosi man doesn't seem to have a place at Sundowns, and it may be wise for him to request a move away from the club than trying to work hard for a place in Pitso Mosimane's team.

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    #9 Thela Ngobeni - Mamelodi Sundowns

    The former Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper is reportedly on his way out of the club after years of frustration at Sundowns. 

    Ngobeni enjoyed his football whilst on loan at Free State Stars, and with Kennedy Mweene and Denis Onyango well ahead of him in the pecking order, staying at Sundowns won't be good for his career. 

    Again, there's also Reyaad Pieterse, who came in at the start of the season, meaning Ngobeni's chances of playing regularly at Sundowns are non-existent.  

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    #10 Mwape Musonda - Black Leopards

    The Zambian striker scored 18 goals in all competitions for Black Leopards this past season, and that was enough to earn him the PSL Golden Boot award. 

    It was also his second successive season that he scored 15 or more goals after achieving this feat with the same club in the National First Division two seasons ago. 

    Mwape may have failed at Golden Arrows, but he wasn't given enough time to prove his worth at Orlando Pirates. He showed over the past two seasons that he is ready to move to bigger and better clubs in the PSL.