Dlamini calls for calm

Attacking midfielder Goodman Dlamini was pleased to see strikers find their scoring boots on two legged friendly match against Maritzburg United on Tuesday morning at Moses Mabhida Outer Fields.

‘Deco’ tells AmaZulufc.net there is no need for alarm bells as there have been plenty of positives since the league break, with one of them being newly signed striker Stanton Lewis scoring a brace.

“The match helped us to see where to improve and we have improved on our speed when passing.

Maybe Ayanda and Stanton’s scoring will also boost their confidence as we know strikers gain confidence when they score,” said the Nongoma born man.

The former Ajax Cape Town and Kaizer Chiefs striker’s brace was cancelled out by United’s Renaldo Donnelly and Jabulani Ncubeni in the first leg match to end the match at 2-2.

In the second match Felix Obada and Kurt Lentjies scored for the visitors in the second match. Ayanda Dlamini scored for AmaZulu, ending the match 2-1.

AmaZulu resume their league programme with an away trip to Johannesburg to take on Jomo Cosmos on 13th September at the Sinaba Stadium.

The KZN side has collected 1 out of 9 points in the league.

Goodman Dlamini believes the ‘Usuthu’ faithful should remain behind Manqoba Mnqgithi’s side as a victory against ‘Ezenkosi’ will get things going.

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