AmaZulu’s return to the Princess Magogo stadium represents a step back to its ancestral lands..’Usuthu’ will face Orlando Pirates in an Absa Premiership encounter on Wednesday evening.
Since the KwaMashu stadium underwent a facelift for the World Cup it has since hosted NFD matches and Vodacom League games until now. In a match where an inconsistent AmaZulu meets a high on confidence Pirates the public will have a lot to scream about, much pressure will fall on the home team.
“To be honest it’s a very big assignment, an assignment that would determine the quality of your team.
“I believe it comes at a stage where we also want to turn the corner, where we want to see how best we can use the players that we have to good effect.
“One is also hopeful that players would be able to apply themselves and give us the result that we need maybe to turn things around and also to pave the way forward,” said Mngqithi.
One of the club’s pre-season signings, Zimbabwean Carlington Nyadombo will be playing his second match with the SOWETO giants.
The 24 year old defender says he wants to see his contribution going as far as earning AmaZulu the three points.
“The coaches have told us that we must not put ourselves under pressure. As one team we must work for each other especially in the matchShare