AmaZulu coach Craig Rosslee said his side played convincing football when they won against Platinum Stars with a late goal for Manqana on Wednesday night
The AmaZulu coach said it all boiled down to the mental strength and he is now convinced that his boys have adapted to this style of play.
“In the first half, we didn’t really play that well, but I think we came back really strong in the second half. I must give credit to my players for taking instructions, although at times they did not really do what I had asked from them.
“The initial plan was to close them down in the first half, but that did not happen. Nevertheless we came back very strong and everyone is contributing positively,”said Rosslee.
He also acknowledged the performance of Manqana who is one of the signings that he brought to transform his side.
“Manqana has worked really hard and I am pleased with the way he has been doing in our side. I was also happy to see the way Marc van Heerden played in the middle of the park together with Khulekani Madondo,” he said.
AmaZulu is unbeaten this year but the coach wants to work on further improvements.
“We have done well in the past few games and I am hoping that indeed this is going to be a great season. My focus for now will be ensuring that my players maintain their form.
“I am also hoping that other players like Bongani Ndulula will get more game time. We need to use the break very effectively by playing friendly matches.