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'Jay-Jay' Ntombela one to watch for the future 15/05/05
Jabulani 'Jay Jay' Ntombela is one of the many stars in the Birds U-19 team who look set for a bright future in the game.

Ntombela, who is an attacking midfielder who likes to get forward and support his strikers, made an immediate impact during Swallows' opening game of the Metropolitan Cup against Santos when he scored with a cracker of a shot from outside the box which rifled into the top corner,

He is a key member of the Birds U-19 team, who are currently in fourth place in the Super League, and has his eyes set on turning out in the colours of Bafana Bafana one day.

Jabulani 'Jay Jay' Ntombela profile:

Position: Attacking midfielder
Date of Birth: 1986-06-19
Place of Birth: Soweto
Former clubs: Moroka Swallows
Future Ambitions: To represent Bafana Bafana
High School: PC Training and Business College
Hobbies: Soccer, movies and listening to music
Favourite Movie: Annacondas
Favourite Music: R n B
Favourite Food: Mutton stew
Favourite Car: Honda Civic
Favourite Clothing Brand: Puma and Umbro
Favourite SA player: Bennedict Vilakazi
Favourite foreign player: Ronaldinho

Latest results from the Swallows juniors are:

May 14

Under-19's: lost 4-3 to Mayfair

Under-17's: lost 2-1 to Mayfair

The Under 15's are currently gearing up for next week's prestigious Nike Cup, which sees the winners flown to Hong Kong to compete in the international Nike Cup.
 

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