I’m a bit disappointed – Barker

Although securing a point away from home is always crucial, AmaZulu coach Steve Barker feels his side should have beaten Thanda Royal Zulu on Saturday.

It was AmaZulu that got the better scoring opportunities of the two sides, but the players couldn’t convert their chances in a game that ended 0-0 in Richard’s Bay.

“There are two thoughts here, the good and bad. The good is that we played good football and we took charge and dominated the majority of the game. I think we should have got a goal here. The negative is that we couldn’t convert those chances that we had created,” said Barker.

Barker said apart from that, he feels that there is a bit of work that needs to be done in terms of scoring more goals.

“There is a bit of work to be done in terms of breaking down teams and getting numbers behind the ball. I was happy with some individual performances.

“It is now a question of scoring and converting and taking our chances better. It is also good that we have managed to keep a clean sheet in both our matches,” said Barker.

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