Unity and belief has helped AmaZulu climb off the foot of the table according to enterprising midfielder, Samuel Darpoh.
Back to back wins against Highlands Park and Chippa United has seen the team climb to 12th position on the log.
Last week’s results on the road has injected plenty of confidence into Cavin Johnson’s men who are now preparing for the visit of the high flying, Bloemfontein Celtic.
“The one thing that helped us come out of the bottom is the unity in the team. We fight for each other. At training we are all happy, we are full of love, that has helped us move up,” Darpoh said.
“That is what is inspiring us all the time. We had a tough run of results before we won two games in a row but that was not because we were not playing well.
We will never give up, we will never stop believing,” the 20-year-old, Ghanaian said.
New recruits Nhlanhla Vilakazi, Emiliano Tade, Moeneeb Josephs, Bongi Ntuli and Marc Van Heerden have settled well in to the team.
Darpoh says they have contributed to the high level of competition for places in the starting line-up.
“The competition in the team has been tough. Everyone who gets their chance makes the most of it and that is a positive thing for the team.”
Usuthu entertain, Phunya Sele Sele on 12 December who are fourth having enjoyed a good start under coach, Steve Komphela.
“They are good team. They play good football, they hold the ball and move it around.
We have done well at home this season, this is going to be a good game,” Darphoh concluded.Share