AmaZulu have confirmed all of their signings which include Marc van Heerden and Moeneeb Josephs, who have joined the KwaZulu-Natal club after leaving Orlando Pirates and Bidvest Wits respectively.
Apart from the experienced duo, Usuthu have also added to their roster Nhlanhla Vilakazi, who is joining the club from Free State Stars, as well as Argentinean striker Emiliano Tade.
AmaZulu have confirmed their new signings on the club’s official website, with head coach Cavin Johnson revealing that he is happy with pre-season training so far.
“We have to welcome back the players after six weeks of being off. We also have to welcome our new signings, who have been brought in for the new season,” Johnson told AmaZulu’s official website.
“Nhlanhla Vilakazi, Marc Van Heerden, Moeneeb Josephs and Emiliano Tade – respect to them because they are looking fine,” added the coach.
“Overall, the last two weeks have been very good. It has been an eye opening experience for some of us, who we were not part of last year’s pre-season’s preparations. Our pre-season training is always about football. Now that the players are playing football, they are looking very happy.
“We are also doing things differently within our football structure. For example, we have upped the way we analyze games, our players and ourselves as a team. Furthermore, we are identifying the conditioning of the players both mentally and physically. We doing more in all those areas. What we are introducing now to the club is a step towards the brand we are trying to build for the 2018/19 season. We want to start the new term well like we did last season. So, everything is going according to plan so far,” concluded the coach.