The Siya crew has been reliably informed that AmaZulu have decided to exercise the option in one of their star striker’s contract.
Usuthu made history this past campaign by booking themselves a spot in next season’s CAF Champions League after finishing second in the DSTV Premiership and they want to ensure they have a squad with the right quality and experience.
The club has exercised the one-year option in Lehlohonolo Majoro’s contract, holding onto the former Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates striker after he played a key role in the side’s successful campaign.
The striker’s contract with the club is due to expire at the end of this month, but he will stay on for at least another season.
Majoro, who joined the KZN outfit in 2019 after a spell with now defunct Bidvest Wits, was Usuthu’s top scorer in the league with eight league goals and nine in all competitions, showing just how important he is in coach Benni McCarthy’s side. He also contributed with two assists.
The 34-year-old Majoro has experience of playing in continental club competitions with both Chiefs and Pirates. The club feels the experienced campaigner still has a lot to offer the club.
Story by @T_Mailwane