AmaZulu are flirting with relegation as they currently linger at the bottom of the Absa Premiership with 4 wins, 5 draws and 11 defeats in 20 games.
However, Mario Booysen says they will fight and grind out results.
“We just have to take the positives and run with it because there is no time to put our heads down you know.
“There are still 10 games to play and while you still have it in your own hands, you have to fight for it. It’s not easy, every game is going be a cup final now so we just have to focus now, go back and obviously work on what we need to improve on and stick to the positives we have already,” said Booysen.
The former Kaizer Chiefs defender is amongst the senior players at AmaZulu and he went on to say that they need to be honest with each other as players if they are to survive relegation.
“I always tell the guys, we win the fight, we start playing football because in this situation here, sometimes yes we play good football in patches but at the end of the day we are gonna have to grind sometimes.
“We as senior players obviously need to come for the youngsterss, but obviously be honest also because we are all senior players, we are all here to do a job so at the end of the day we have to be honest with each other, just keep on going, keep on fighting for one another, things will change for us,” concluded Booysen.
Usuthu’s next encounter will be against fellow strugglers Polokwane City at Kings Park Stadium on Sunday.
Kick off is set for 15:00.
By FARPost Reporter