Siphiwe ‘Shabba’ Tshabalala has spoken about making a comeback to top-flight football with AmaZulu.
Tshabalala, 36, was unveiled as a new signing for AmaZulu on Monday afternoon as the KwaZulu-Natal outfit confirmed 10 additions to Ayanda Dlamini’s squad for the 2020/21 season.
The dreadlocked former Kaizer Chiefs star says he had discussions with AmaZulu President Sandile Zungu before committing to the club.
“I would like to thank the president Sandile Zungu, he is the person I respect so much. I had a meeting with him and he told me about the plans and the vision for Usuthu and that’s why I came here,” Tshabalala told the media.
“For me, it’s a new chapter that I want to start and I believe that with my arrival here I will make a difference both on and off the field to assist my teammates in the best way that I possibly can,” he said.
The experienced player says he has been training on his own to get himself ready for when he found a new club.
Check out Shabba and Luvuyo Memela among the 10 AmaZulu signings for the 2020/21 season