Ntando Nkosi Bio, Age, Net Worth, Sundown
In South African soccer, there comes a name, Ntando Nkosi. A South African mid-field player, who plays for Mamelodi Sundowns. His dedication ad outstanding performances have gained him the national recognition he needs.
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Ntando Nkosi Biography
Ntando ‘Scara’ Nkosi is a South African male footballer who was born and raised in eNhlazatshe, South Africa. He is a professional footballer for Mamelodi Sundowns. The young talent plays as a reserve in the central defensive midfield position.
Ntandoyenkosi was among the team of the South African u/17 team in Malawi, Amajimbos, with his assistance, they won the Cosafa Championship and automatically qualified for the Afcon 2021 in Morocco.
According to the soccer player, his love for soccer began when he was just six, he says he played with the bigger boys on his streets.
Ntando ‘Scara’ Nkosi earned more recognition and was called up to the first team during pre-season in preparation for the 2022/23 season after a number of interesting move displays in the junior ranks and wonderful performances in the DStv Diski Challenge.
Ntando ‘Scara’ Nkosi Age
The sky’s the starting point for a 17-year-old soccer player whose full name is Ntandoyenkosi Nkosi. He is the top promising under 17 players at the Kaizer Chiefs Development Academy.
Ntando Nkosi, as of the end of 2022 is 17 years old. His birthday and month are not yet confirmed.
Ntando Nkosi Net Worth
The official net worth of the young player is not official yet. But as a top mid-fielder in one of the notable clubs in South Africa, we can estimate his net worth to be about $50K – $100K.
Ntando In An Interview About His Education
As a young footballer who at is age is supposed to be in school, he made a statement in an interview. He said; “I still have to make my parents proud by passing my exams,” confirmed by the 2021 matric learner of Emshukantambo Secondary School. Ntandoyenkosi says his dream is to play in the World Cup. He says that he is been inspired by the 28-year-old Brazilian footballer, Carlos Henrique Casimiro, a defensive midfielder for Real Madrid and the Brazilian national team.
“As years go by, my love for the game grew. I played for the soccer team at Diepgezet Primary School in Nhlazatshe and St Marks High School in Mbombela. My greatest achievement so far was when I got the opportunity to join the Kaizer Chiefs development team in 2019″.