AmaZulu’s exiting Togolese centre back, Sedate Ouro-Akoriko, believes that the current crop of AmaZulu players have the ability to win the National First Division.
The former Free State Stars man’s transfer saw him leave the KZN outfit on 28 August for a medical and completion of his move to Saudi Arabia outfit Al Faisaly FC.
“I believe in all the players in the team, I think they can perform well and bring the team back into the PSL.
“The PSL was a good league for me, if you’re not fit you can’t play any game because there is no small team,” said Akoriko.
Of the mental and physical test his teammates have to endure in the NFD, Akoriko says they certainly have the goods to overcome.
“Our first game with Witbank Spurs was hot and after the game I was tired.
“I know the senior players like Robyn (Johannes), Marc (Van Heerden), Ayanda (Dlamini), Deco (Goodman Dlamini) and Energy (Murambadoro) can push these young boys in the team to work hard,” he said.
“I think AmaZulu for me is the best and most professional team in the PSL, I liked the people who work in the team and also my lovely supporters, I will miss them.
“I want to thank the Chairman, Mr Peter (O’Connor), Lunga (Sokhela), my coach Steve Barker, Wesley, Burger, Karel and the rest of the technical staff as well as the office staff, everyone basically,” he concluded.Share