New AmaZulu goalkeeper Energy Murambadoro believes that the experience and quality of players that AmaZulu have is enough to save the club from relegation.
The former Black Aces goalkeeper who comes into the place of departed Tapuwa Kapini said he believes that the Durban based club will fight hard when the season re opens.
“With the experience and quality of players that AmaZulu have I don’t think we are going to go to the National First Division. I have only been here for a while but I have noticed how great this club is.
“We have a great goalkeeper coach who brings in international experience that is motivating to us as a players,” said Murambadoro.
The Zimbabwean shot stopper said he knows the challenge ahead and the pressure he has put himself under by joining AmaZulu.
“The decision was not instant, I needed the challenge and that is why I decided to accept the offer here.
“Honestly it not going to be easy, I will have to work hard to prove myself as there are two other goalkeepers in the club who are doing well,” he said.
Murambadoro will be fighting for the jersey against Aubrey Mathibe and Siyabonga Mngoma who both raised their standard towards the end of last year.
AmaZulu coach Steve Barker said he believes that the experience that Energy is bringing into the club is vital at this point in time.
“We wouldn’t have brought a player like Energy if we were not going to utilize his. He is a great player with so much experience and so it is good to have him in the club,” said Barker.Share