Due to visa complications, the former Orlando Pirates development striker took nearly a month to finalize his transfer.
Ngezana awaited a PPC certificate from SAPS in order for his application to be approved, but it took some time for the certificate to be produced.
Limiting before the new season his intake into the team and culture.
Ngezana, however, traveled to the Netherlands to meet up with his new teammates and start his life at FCSB a few weeks after waiting for the certificate.
SIYABONGA NGEZANA IS STILL FIGHTING!
Ngezana has missed four games already, therefore he has not yet made his official debut for his new team.
He was not one of the players of the FCSB team that defeated Otelul 2-0, on Saturday, 29 July, to keep its undefeated record.
Gigi Becali, president of the FCSB, meanwhile pleaded for patience when it comes to Ngezana since it takes time to adapt.
“Siyabonga Ngezana needs some time to settle down,” Becali said.
“African players need three-four months, that’s what (Mircea) Lucescu used to say.”