AmaZulu are delighted to announce the return of striker, Lehlohonolo Majoro.
The 32-year-old has penned a two-year deal with Usuthu and sees him return to the club where he made his professional debut back in 2010.
The Ladybrand born striker is a proven goal scorer and arrives from Bidvest Wits having spent time at Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Cape Town City.
“We are really happy to agree terms with Lehlohonolo. He has had an exciting career in the PSL over the years and we believe his experience will be important for us in the coming years,” Lunga Sokhela AmaZulu General Manager said.
Major as he is affectionately known adds to coach Cavin Johnson’s depth up front especially after the retirement of veteran striker, Siyabonga Nomvethe.
It is the club’s second acquisition ahead of the new season after New Zealand International, Andre de Jong joined on a two-year deal last month.
“We have been building over the last two seasons and we have ambitious plans to keep growing,” Sokhela said.Share