When a striker puts the ball at the back of the net the crowd erupts into chaos and in turn the player wants to savour such a moment. That is exactly what keeps ‘Usuthu’ striker Ayanda Dlamini hungry for more goals
“It makes me happy to play in front of a home crowd because it keeps us confident as a team.
We always want to put on an extra performance for the supporters when they are well behind, ” says Cobra.
His venom has been best unleashed in a good atmosphere and this afternoon the Kwa-Ceza born man hopes to help his team play their hearts out for KZN.
“With their support coupled with the arrival of the new players I know they will bring a lot to the table.
Like myself I was under pressure last season to impress, the new players will have to fight hard to make an impact.
I’ve told myself that I won’t let the pressure get to me now, all I want to do is play my normal game. Whatever glory that comes out of that it will just be a blessing for me and AmaZulu,” said Dlamini.
Head Coach Manqoba Mnqithi’s message to the supporters is, “Supporters of AmaZulu must have more confidence in the team that we have. We as a collective should build up the profile of the club by getting consistent results.
Even in the world teams that work in building their teams on the field rather than dwelling on building in off the field things are the ones that get a good crowd.
We must work on the tactical base to make the club more appealing to the public and then make Mabhida our fortress.
AmaZulu FC is a brand that presents more than 50% of the nation, so that patriotism is also important and as whole let us be proud of our local teams,” said Mngqithi.Share