AMAZULU FC HAVE MADE AN ANNOUNCEMENT THAT AYANDA “COBRA” DLAMINI IS NOW THEIR HEAD COACH ON a 3 YEAR DEAL
Dlamini was temporarily responsible of Usuthu since March after Josef Vukusic went on special leave.
Vukusic has already been shown the answer which might see Dlamini take over from him.
“The Durban based club took the choice to supply the role to Dlamini, following a successful run of results, since he stepped in as caretaker manager at the start of March,” read a press release from AmaZulu.
“Dlamini, who coached the club’s MultiChoice Diski Challenge team, took over the role from his predecessor Jozef Vukusic, after the Slovakian was placed on special leave, as Usuthu found themselves during a relegation position for much of the season.”
“Since his interim appointment, Dlamini lead AmaZulu to a historic win against Kaizer Chiefs in his first game at the helm, before the worldwide pandemic brought a halt to the Absa Premiership season.”
“With it’s return in August, a jam packed string of fixtures saw Usuthu collect 7 points from their remaining fixtures, having only lost one game, to secure a spot in next season’s top flight campaign.”
“Usuthu may find themselves exploiting their academy options for upcoming stars of the sport to be added to the primary team squad, with Dlamini being all to conversant in the MDC side.”
“The former attacker, who spent the bulk of his playing career at AmaZulu, understands what the club is about and the way much it’s success means to the Usuthu faithful.”
“An exciting future awaits the green army, with a fresh breath of life being brought into it’s ranks.”
“We anticipate to a prosperous journey and need Coach Dlamini everything of the simplest during his time responsible ,” concluded the club statement.