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Ajax defender Ncube anxious about Warriors Afcon place

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ZIMBABWE’S Warriors have qualified for the continental spectacle for the first time in ten years, with a game to spare and Ajax Cape Town defender Milton Ncube says he is worried that the situation at the club has seen him lose his place in the national team.
Ncube has informed Goal that his ambition for the upcoming season is to start getting regular game time before he misses out on the Afcon finals in Gabon next year.
“Well, things at Ajax have not gone quite as I had expected,” Ncube told Goal.
“I expected to play more games but it hasn’t turned out that way and the competition for places is really tough.
“Obviously my aim is to play more games going into the new season, especially with the Afcon coming up soon,” he stressed.
“I have already lost my place in the national team because of my situation at the club so I need to play more games because I would like to return to the Warriors squad.”
Meanwhile the 28-year-old player is amongst the seven foreigners who are currently in the books of the Cape side and he tells this publication that he is also in the dark about who will be compromised as the PSL rules request for clubs to only accommodate five foreigners.
“I am only going to find out in the next coming two days [on what will happen with the foreigners],” he added.
“But no, I am not worried, we will just have to wait and see.”
Ncube has played 21 matches for Ajax and scored one goal in his two seasons with the club.Advertisement