Mduduzi Mdantsane’s Bafana Bafana call-up will benefit Kaizer Chiefs, says Molefi Ntseki

Molefi Ntseki says the experience Mduduzi Mdantsane will gain while playing for Bafana Bafana will benefit Kaizer Chiefs.

The 28-year-old former Cape Town City midfielder has been called up by South Africa head coach Hugo Broos for the upcoming friendlies with Eswatini and the Ivory Coast.

Mdantsane has been in good form for Amakhosi since his switch this season to earn a first call up since his last Bafana appearance in 2021 in a match against Zimbabwe.

He was added to the squad following Percy Tau’s withdrawal due to personal reasons.

Ntseki said in the Citizen: “I think the qualities that made us bring Mdu Mdantsane to the club are for us to celebrate and to see him growing and getting national team call-ups.

“I think the experience of playing for the national team will also come back to Kaizer Chiefs and help us in terms of our game understanding.

“And in terms of how to handle the pressure of playing for Kaizer Chiefs. So, we wish him, Mdu Mdantsane and the rest of the guys that have been selected to the national team to do well for the country.”

Ntseki added: “And I think all our players at Kaizer Chiefs, whether local or international players, all of them are looking forward to being selected for their national teams.”