In planning for next season, AmaZulu are working on finalizing the position of the club’s head coach, with talks ongoing, as confirmed to the media.
Having appointed Brandon Truter in March as the club’s interim coach, AmaZulu are expected to make a decision on the Cape Town-born tactician as the season is coming to an end for the Durban-based side this coming weekend with a match against Golden Arrows.
In six matches that Truter has been in charge, Usuthu have won three and drawn three and haven’t conceded a goal in the process.
Asked about his future after the team’s 0-0 draw against Cape Town City on Saturday in the Mother City, Truter confirmed that he is scheduled to meet with his bosses at the KwaZulu-Natal club on Tuesday for further discussions.
“We are having talks on Tuesday. Currently, it looks positive, it’s three wins and three draws, no goals conceded and no losses as well. For now, I’m feeling confident and God willing I will have the job. We are in the process of planning pre-season and setting up camps and with my input as well, so it looks very positive,” said Truter, speaking to the media.
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