Goal.com: How are you feeling about the game against Arrows?
Manqana: Just like any other game, I am excited and hoping to do well.
Goal.com: Is there any pressure on you, since you have played for the club before, and that is basically where you got your break?
Manqana: Yes, there is pressure but I am not worried. I think they have an advantage because they know how I play, but there is also something I can use to my advantage.
Goal.com: What are your expectations for the game?
Manqana: It will not be an easy one, but I am determined to do well.
Goal.com: How does it feel returning back home, not only to be with AmaZulu but life back in Durban?
Manqana: It is really great with the support that I am getting. It is amazing what a player needs to do to be a success. As for AmaZulu, it’s been great, the mood is nice and I look forward to serving the team well.
Goal.com: Do you think AmaZulu has what it takes to finish at least in the top 10?
Manqana: Yes I do, there are a lot of quality players in the squad who are capable of taking the team to greater heights. We just need to work hard and not forget what we were assigned to do.
Goal.com: Speaking about other quality players in the squad, how is the mood and competition?
Manqana: Competition is there, but it's a healthy one. This makes all of us work hard, so that we earn to be in that starting line-up. Most importantly, the mood is awesome and it is all up to us to prove our worth.
Goal.com: Tell us about your move from Pirates to AmaZulu, was it an easy decision to make?
Manqana: No player will miss an opportunity of returning home. So that is one of the things that I considered, and also I needed more game time and a new challenge. There is no doubt that AmaZulu, needs me more than ever and so, I must do well to show what I can do. I respect the management to bring me here.