Teamwork pays: Butholezwe Ncube

AmaZulu FC midfield general Butholezwe Ncube offers his assessment on the club’s recent performances, after the Zimbabwean international himself played a fundamental role in Usuthu’s away draw against Ajax Cape Town in Athlone on Saturday night.

“I’m happy about our performance against Ajax even though we struggled in some moments on that field, especially in the first half but as the coach always stresses to us, we never gave up on our game.”

“He also said to us, teamwork pays, with love it makes us conquer in and out of the field of play, ” said the 25 year old midifielder.

The former Tsholotsho FC man says key to their encouraging string of results so far has been working in unity in representing the Usuthu emblem.

“Who ever comes to the starting line up and the reserves we are the same by the way we put that effort of a winning mentality, and the power of God keeps us giving our all.”

“Thanks to our experienced players we have, they are playing their roles to help us grow better every new day, ” Ncube added.

Testimony to the central midfielder’s words is how the influence of his xperienced co-partner in midfield Michael Morton has had a positive on his own performances.

The experienced Mabhuti Khenyeza played the final pass to goalscorer Mhlengi Cele to help Usuthu claw back into the game before getting the equalizer in the dying seconds of the match.

AmaZulu FC’s next fixture sees them hosting Bloemfontein Celtic at the King Zwelithini Stadium on 06 December 2017. Kick-off 19:30pm.

Tickets available at Computicket for R40 male adults, female adult tickets and kids under 12 years old are R20 while VIP tickets can have purchased for R200.

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One comment on “Teamwork pays: Butholezwe Ncube
  1. Bonginkosi Walter Nsele says:

    Hebe!! Usuthu!! The PSL must try and help us the followers with some games during the day it is very difficult toattend the match at eight in Durban and go back to Nongoma let alone children and women. also most matches are played during middle of the week and this is the MAJOR PROBLEM OF ATTENDANCE.Lastly crime and safety at night is not guaranteed. We like to come and see our club playing and also please a shop to sell us the suppoters jerseys,caps,umbrellas, scarves, you name it. thanks very much.From Bonginkosi Walter Nsele, Mandeni

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