On April 27, 2024, FCSB won the Romanian SuperLiga Play-Off match against Farul Constanta at Arena Nationala in Bucharest, Romania. Denis Harut, Siyabonga Ngezana, and Andrei Vlad celebrated with the fans after the victory. Despite the joy of this achievement, Ngezana expressed disappointment at leaving Chiefs without securing any silverware, acknowledging that not all career paths unfold as expected. He spoke about his excitement at winning his first-ever title and the challenges he faced in adapting to the new environment and weather.

Ngezana discussed the difficulties of transitioning to a new country, including adapting to the language, culture, and climate. He highlighted that he was brought to Steaua for his strength as a player, particularly as a central defender, a role that capitalized on his strengths. Ngezana expressed his desire to cement his position, especially as a South African player in Europe, where there are many international players. Following Steaua’s league victory, the team has qualified for the UEFA Champions League next season, although they must navigate through a play-off round to reach the group stages.

Ngezana’s journey from Chiefs to becoming a league champion with FC Steaua Bucuresti demonstrates his resilience and adaptability, setting the stage for his aspirations on the international front with Bafana Bafana. As Steaua prepares for the challenges of the Champions League, Ngezana’s story serves as an inspiration for South African players aiming to make their mark abroad.

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