AmaZulu Coach: We Know Where We’re Coming From
AmaZulu Coach Cautions Against Complacency
AmaZulu head coach, Cavin Johnson, emphasised that his team should remain calm, despite their impressive win on Wednesday.
Johnson guided Usuthu to an impressive 3-0 win against league champions Bidvest Wits last night.
“We shouldn’t get carried away with ourselves. When I look at the game against Golden Arrows, I thought we played a better game. I think the boys put in a shift tonight (Wednesday), they really played well.
“I thought we scored two cracker goals, really, really nice goals, the buildup and Michael Morton finishing, and the one Rhulani Manzini finished.
“I thought they both did very well and credit must go to the boys as a group, it’s not about Cavin Johnson, it’s not about Rhulani Manzini or Michael Morton, it’s about AmaZulu FC.
“We know where we’re coming from, we know where we have to go to, we know how we have to build,” Johnson has been quoted on AmaZulu’s official website.
AmaZulu are seventh on the log with two wins from five games. Johnson praised Wits for how Gavin Hunt’s team played.
“Don’t take anything away from Wits they were there but I think they didn’t get that many clear cut chances. The one they got from Kodisang (and) I thought Mbatha did a fantastic job in dealing with it.
“The first half we played a lot better, second half we defended better because we knew they were going to throw everything at us and we had to come out somehow. We came out and I think the goal by Rhulani was a result of a counter attack.
“Credit must go to the boys, they played against a good team with a lot of quality and a lot of internationals in their team.
“Some of my boys are playing for the first time in the PSL, some of them have not played more than 20 minutes, so I have to give credit to them, they really put their hands up,” concluded the coach.