By Isaac Ndou
Amazulu FC new signing Cameldine Abraw has vowed to get the goods coming immediately to help the struggling top flight returnees after being announced as an Amazulu player on Wednesday.
Usuthu have only managed to salvage three victories in 15 league outings, leaving them flirting with relegation as they sit on 14th spot on the league and have 15 points as Platinum Starts and Bidvest Wits who are on 15th and 16th position respectively. The former Kaizer Chiefs striker who returns from a brief spell with Egyptian club Tala’ea El-Gaishs is ready to help the club move to a safer position and regain their league status for next season.
“I would like to thank the club for welcoming me, I will bring my best and help to achieve the club’s objectives. As a player, I will bring my experience and will do everything for the club. I know some of the players, but the man who can help all of us is coach Cavin. If you look at the log, we have to win games and move up, that is the objective of the club and we will see where that takes us at the end of the season. The position right now means we have to work hard and win games for the club,” Abraw told AmazuluFC.com
Cavin Johnson may decide to give the Togolese international his debut on Saturday night when his team host Erick Tinkle’s SuperSport United at the King Zwelithini Stadium.