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    South Africa: Nigerian football coach highlights three young stars to watch out for in Amajimbos team

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    Pretoria, South Africa – (African Boulevard News) – Nduka Ugbade, the head coach of the Nigerian under-17 Golden Eaglets, has identified three South African youngsters that he believes have the potential to become great players on the continent. Ugbade named the trio during an interview with Soccernet.ng, after his team lost to South Africa’s under-17 team, Amajimbos.

    According to Ugbade, South Africa possesses an impressive crop of young players who could make a significant impact on the African football scene, and he singled out three players in particular as ones to watch. These are Siyabonga Ligendza, Thabang Mahlangu, and Jabulani Ncobeni.

    Ligendza is a young striker who currently plays for English Championship side, Fulham. Mahlangu is a midfielder who plays for the Premier Soccer League (PSL) side AmaZulu. Ncobeni is a winger who plays for the South African under-17 side, Amajimbos.

    Although their ages range from 16 to 18 years old, Ugbade believes all three have enormous potential and could become some of the best players on the African continent in the future. “If these players continue to work hard and stay dedicated to their craft, they could become stars at both club and international levels,” Ugbade said.

    Ugbade’s comments have been met with excitement from many South African football fans, who are eager to see their young stars make a name for themselves on the continent. The Golden Eaglets coach’s words are also a reminder that even at the youth level, African football is highly competitive, and there are many talented players on the continent.

    In conclusion, Ugbade’s acknowledgment of Ligendza, Mahlangu, and Ncobeni is a testament to the talent and potential of young African footballers. As football lovers, we should keep an eye out for these young players as they continue to develop their skills and hopefully become some of the best players on the African continent in the future.

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