Posted on November 03, 2011 12:17
AmaZulu coach Roger Palmgren wants his side to stay humble despite a second consecutive win after triumphing over KZN rivals Golden Arrows on Wednesday night .
“We have to work on everything to stay humble and work hard, there’s going to be tougher periods. The guys showed me early in the stage before the games started that they wanted to do this.
We have the two sessions a day to train extra in the afternoon – they show me that they really want to these things, of course now naturally it is easier the results are coming but we’ll stay focused we’ll stay working hard and stand with our feet on the ground,” said Palmgren.
The modest approach the Swedish coach hopes will help not damper the Durban club’s momentum especially as their next league match is only on 20th, November against Black Leopards at home.
DRC international defender Bukasa ‘Belux’ Kasonga who was instrumental in combating Arrows’ burly striker Collins Mbesuma from causing havoc is pleased the supporters got something to smile about.
“I’m feeling happy we got the three points like I said before because I was believing in my teammates. How we were preparing for this game last week – everyone is proud to win the game.
We’re thinking of the next game now, we have to get three points again which will take us to the top eight. It was great to see our supporters coming to support us, and what makes us win is because they come to see us in numbers,” said Kasonga.
Next week AmaZulu will meet another rival, Thanda Royal Zulu next week in Richards Bay.