Bongani Ndulula regrets leaving Kaizer Chiefs.
According to Bongani Ndulula, he is sorry he left Kaizer Chiefs, a DStv Premiership powerhouse.
Ndudula joined Kaizer Chiefs from AmaZulu in 2015 and has been a part of the team since. In Amakhosi colors, he was unable to leave a lasting impression in front of the net.
The career of the former Bafana Bafana international has been hampered by hardships ever since he departed Amakhosi in 2016 with the goal of finding consistent playing time overseas.
The 33-year-old forward’s career has declined as a result of his inability to find a club after leaving Chippa United in 2017.
In Ndudula’s opinion, he ought to have remained with the Soweto Giants and pushed for a spot on the team.
WHY DROGBA NDULULA REGRETS LEAVING CHIEFS
“At Chiefs, I played six to seven games,” Ndulula said on SNAWA with Andile Ncube
“Every time I would get an opportunity to play, I would get injured. There weren’t teams lining up for me when I was at Chiefs.
“I just asked the team to release me because I thought I’ll get more game time elsewhere. In hindsight, I should have stayed at Chiefs and fought for my position instead of going to Chippa.
“I never ever made the sqaud of 18 at Chippa the entire time I was there. I don’t know why I never got to play.
“But I remember reading in the papers that I’ve gained weight. Surprisingly, no one ever had that discussion with me. It was hurtful that Chippa thought I gained weight.”
The striker added: “After leaving Chippa, I went to trials at Mbombela United in the second division.
“Few days later I was told that the trails were over and it didn’t work out.
“I even went in trials at Polokwane City Rovers. I gave 100% at the trials and I respected their process.
“After a week I was told there was no need for me to come back, I asked no questions and left.