|Full name:||Patrick Ntsoelengoe|
|Date of Birth:||26 February 1952|
|Place of Birth:||Randfontein, South Africa|
The son of Daniel “Ace” Ntsoelengoe. Started playing soccer at the age of seven in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Patrick ‘Ace’ Ntsoelengoe was a the star player at Kaizer Chiefs in Johannesburg for seven years.
Signed contract with North American Soccer League club Miami Toros for the 1973 season on 10 April 1973. Due to delays he made his NASL debut against St. Louis Stars on 16 June. Returned to South Africa after the 1973 NASL season.
In January 1975 Denver Dynamos purchased the rights for Ntsoelengoe from The Miami Toros. Finished ninth in scoring in the 1975 NASL season.
He played in South Africa’s first mixed soccer team in March 1976 against a toring Argentinian XI.
Joined expansion club Minnesota Kicks before the start of the 1976 NASL season. Helped the Kicks reach the 1976 Soccer Bowl final where they lost against Toronto Metros-Croatia.
Acquired by Toronto Blizzard in December 1981 from Minnesota Kicks in the dispersal draft.
From 1982 to 1984 he played for Toronto Blizzard and scored 23 goals in 59 games.
Ace returned to Toronto Blizzard from South Africa in 1986. The Blizzard won the NSL league championship in the 1986 season.