AmaZulu FC coach Cavin Johnson has pinpointed a lapse in concentration as the major contributing factor in their 4-1 loss to Free State stars at Goble Park on 16 March.
Johnson further expressed his disappointment at the way the team conceded the goals which he regards as a reflection of an overall disappointing performance displayed by the KZN based outfit.
“We were just poor especially after giving away three goals, you give the opponent three goals in their backyard, what do you expect?”
The 60 year old tactician also acknowledged that the lapses of concentration within the team were detrimental to them and ultimately cost Usuthu the game.
“he first goal was a gift, the second goal was even a better gift and the third one was worse.”
“We weren’t able to deal with the direct balls that they played , we were not as good as we think we are , we need to do a lot of introspection,” he concluded.
Johnson and his troops will head back to the drawing board and have their sights on the FIFA international break to aid the team with time for much needed introspection within the camp.
AmaZulu will face Chippa United at the King Zwelithini stadium on 06 April 2019.Share