Were, who penned a three year deal with the PSL side says he is finding it ‘very easy’ to settle in Durban and is looking forward to upcoming season
Former AFC Leopards’ winger Paul Were has revealed that humour in new club AmaZulu camp is helping him find life easy in Durban going into an unpredictable 2014/15 Absa Premiership season.
Were, who penned a three year contract with the PSL side, says he is finding it ‘very easy’ to settle in Durban and is looking forward to upcoming season.
“It’s going to be a challenge for me because the Kenyan league is totally different from the PSL. I’m ready for whatever will come my way and I’ve got the right support from my new teammates.
“Everybody has been very welcoming and some guys are quite entertaining, and I’ve seen they’re all professionals,” the 23 year-old forward told club’s official website.
Were has some Caf club competition experience under his belt, having played for AFC Leopards’ in Confederations Cup and has also turned out for Tusker of Kenya. The Nairobi-born attacker was signed on a three-year deal.
“I can’t wait to play official matches as I believe in myself, and I believe the coaches as well won’t be disappointed for giving me a chance.”
The Usuthu faithful got to witness the skillful left footed player’s abilities at last weekend’s Charity Showdown where the club finished runners up to Bloemfontein Celtic.