AmaZulu attacking midfielder Siphesihle Maduna is willing to repay the coach’s trust in him, by delivering on the field.
The 21-year-old player has featured in most of the team’s games this season and he recently caused problems for Golden Arrows in the local derby.
With games coming thick and fast Maduna is aware of what is expected from him and is more determined to work for the team and his coach Benni McCarthy, who has put trust on him.
“I think the coach believes in me though I’m still young, so I need to deliver for the team to repay the coach’s faith in me,” he said.
“I need to play with determination every time and it all starts in training, the way you apply yourself in training is the same way you play come match day.
“So I’m grateful for the belief the coach has in me, I just need to deliver come match day.”
With Usuthu facing struggling Kaizer Chiefs in the next DStv Premiership encounter at Johnsson Kings Park Stadium on Saturday, Maduna is hopeful of a positive result.
“This is going to be a big match and the coach is preparing us because we are playing against a big team.
“A lot of people will be watching this game, we also want points since it is the start of the season and we’ve only won one match so far.”
By Wonga Sirayi
FARPost’s KZN Reporter