Barker: We are going to be hard at work


AmaZulu coach Steve Barker has made it clear that their training sessions are not going to be easy with the battle that lies ahead.

The KwaZulu-Natal club began training on Tuesday afternoon without two of their players, Tsepo Liphoko and Bongani Ndulula, who are on duty for their national teams. Ndulula is with Bafana Bafana and Liphoko with the national Under 20 side.

“We’re probably the most appreciative club of this break because we need all the help we can get. Right now we’re just going to be hard at work and hopefully have a few additions in the team.

“The good thing is that we all know what is needed and the players all have to be prepared for it,” said Barker.

The coach said that AmaZulu will be bringing in some new players but also acknowledges the commitment that that players displayed since his arrival just before the mid-season break.

“For a first training session after the break I’m very pleased. The players gave a very good account of themselves, they know what’s expected of them at this stage,” he said.

The KZN club is on the lookout for a few players to help bolster the squad ahead of the relegation scrap.

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One comment on “Barker: We are going to be hard at work
  1. Madoda Mvambo says:

    My concern with the club is the magnitude of injuries and the time they take to heal.The body appears to be damaged by the use of steroids side effects.Here is the nutritious fruit called mangosteen juice which is supercharged with phytochemical called xanthones which are highly anti inflammatory and are quick to correct any imbalance in the cells of the body,hence quickening the healing of injuries.This product is benign,it has no side effects,it boosts the immune system and the concentration levels,there is no harm in trying it.
    I would love to see this club maintain its PSL status for that we need full complement of the squad.

    Please call me at 084 318 1248

    CONCERN FAN
    Madoda Mvambo

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