Cape Town City should not be scared of SuperSport United, says suspended Ngoma

Goal spoke to the attacking midfielder, who will serve his one-match as the Citizens take on Matsatsantsa

Cape Town City winger Aubrey Ngoma is deeply disappointed to be missing out on their away trip to SuperSport United on Tuesday.

“Of course, I’m very disappointed that I won’t be involved in the game. But I have confidence in whoever gets selected to play in my position because we’ve got a very good squad,” Ngoma told Goal.

“I’m very disappointed. I would have loved to be involved in the game, having played against them twice already. It would’ve been another good game for me to be involved in,” he said.

“It's football. It happens that you get suspensions as professionals. So we just have to soldier on and wait for the next game,” Ngoma added.

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The former Orlando Pirates winger was instrumental for City as they beat SuperSport in the 2016 Telkom KnockOut Cup final.

“SuperSport are coming from a good run of games and I think they would want to keep up that momentum against us. But considering how well we have done, we shouldn’t be scared of them,” he continued.

“We respect the fact that they are in a good space now and they have been winning games. They have a good team and we know how they play. So if we go there and apply ourselves correctly we’ll be able to come back with the points,” Ngoma concluded.

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