DURBAN – Amazulu have got their man in the form of Jozef Vukusic who was officially unveiled as the head coach for the Durban side yesterday. And the former Polokwane City mentor boldly promised to be the new “messiah” for the club that hasn’t tasted a win in the five league matches they’ve played this season.
Usuthu are languishing at the bottom of the table and they have moved quickly to replace Cavin Johnson, who was fired on Monday. The Slovakian is expected to hit the ground running after he was handed a three-year contract last night.
“I can’t change the fact that the club is at the bottom of the table but I’m very positive. I’ve been in this situation before in Slovakia where I’ve saved a team from relegation. Our target is to climb the log and we can only achieve that by winning our games.
I hope that we can do it soon and then we can set ourselves another target,” Vukusic said at Moses Mabhida Stadium.
AmaZulu have suffered three defeats and shared the spoils in their other two outings and this is the negative outlook that Vukusic has been mandated to turn around.