Amazulu coach Cavin Johnson has admitted he was worried about his future at the club when results were not favourable for him staying at Usuthu.
Johnson’s future was in subject recently and it was also rumoured that Amazulu fans had planned a boycott to angle for the sacking of the former SuperSport United and Platinum Stars coach.
However, the situation at the club seems to be taking a new positive direction to safety, recently beating SuperSport United this past weekend at the King Zwelithini Stadium, something Johnson is hoping to build on to keep the club in the top flight.
“You’ll always get worried as a coach if results are not going your way. From the beginning of the season, I was worried. There’s never someone who doesn’t get worried. If the coach tells you that he is not worried, he is not a coach”, revealed Johnson.
The coach who once led Platinum Stars to a second place finish is hoping that their home triumph over his former employers SuperSport can turn things around, with the hope of making the King Zwelithini Stadium a fortress for more points.
“We want to make King Zwelithini a slaughter house, and I’m confident you will still see my team in the PSL next season. It is going to be a fight to stay up, but we will build and get better. King Zwelithini will see us next season”, he further explained.
Usuthu’s weekend win has moved them to 13th position, three points away from the relegation zone and will hope to build on that when they host strugglers Bloemfontein Celtic at the King Zwelithini Stadium on Wednesday night.