The new players who had joined AmaZulu did not impress coach Craig Rosslee as they are now shown the exit door.
Rosslee changes start from the defense where he has released new players Phumlani Mhamha and Luyanda Hlongwa. The midfield department was also attended to as Stanley Kgatla and Nyiko Tshabangu have been placed on the transfer market.
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Players like Andile Khumalo did not get much game time, will be loaned to other teams where he will get a chance to impress. Nkanyiso Cele and Dumisani Zwane didn't contribute significantly last season.
AmaZulu General Manager, Peter O’Connor confirmed the news about the changes that are being made to the team.
“We had a serious chat with the directors and with the technical team, and clearly we’ve had to make some radical changes to plan ahead. It’s one of those unfortunate things for some of the players, but we believe these changes are necessary and we’d like to wish the players well,” said O’Connor.
Talented goalkeeper Mbongeni Mzimela has also been granted his wish of seeking a club of his choice due to finding a breakthrough difficult.
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Other players leaving the Usuthu kraal whose contracts will not be renewed at the end of June 2013 are midfield and defender Tsweu Mokoro and midfielders Ramson Zhuwawo, Kagiso Senamela, Joseph Malongoane and Bongani Mbele.
Coach Craig Rosslee also confirmed the news that new recruits Bret Amidu (Zimbabwean) and Sadney Urikhob (Namibia) will join the team for pre-season on 24 July 2013. Also coming into the fold is former Santos and SA U-23 defender, Bongi Macala who has signed a two year contract.
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