As the fight for the survival of the fittest in the relegation fight in the Absa Premiership continues second from bottom AmaZulu believe they have it in them to survive the chop.
Assistant coach Mabhuti Khenyeza who has in the past helped his former team Ajax Cape Town avoid relegation told FARPost that it’s now in their hands to make sure that they move out of where they are to a position of safety on the league log table.
“Yes it is tough and it won’t be easy for us to fight and move away from where we are but it’s in our hands. We have what it takes,” Khenyeza insisted.
“We have players who can do it. They know what is expected of them and as a team we all know what we are supposed to do and that is win games. If we continue with what we did over the weekend then there is nothing that can stop us,” said Khenyeza referring to their 1-0 win over Polokwane City.
“We will continue fighting until the end and we will make our supporters proud by avoiding relegation.
For now, however, AmaZulu shift their focus to the Nedbank Cup and are away to Bloemfontein Celtic on Saturday.
By Sifiso Mlowoka