In his first season abroad, the defender has made a significant impact with FCSB. The club is close to winning the league title, holding a 13-point lead with six matches remaining. Despite spending seven years in the first team with Amakhosi, he was unable to secure a league title or a knockout competition win. However, he has found success in Europe and is on the brink of victory in the league, as well as potential qualification for the UEFA Champions League.

Ngezana is poised to join the ranks of South Africans who have played in the competition, such as Benni McCarthy, Lucas Radebe, Thulani Serero, Tsepo Masilela, Nasief Morris, and Dino Ndlovu. He has reportedly attracted interest from the French Ligue 1, with his value increasing after a strong first season abroad.

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