Katsande, who was linked with a move to Germany a few weeks ago, said he is delighted to be back at Naturena for what promises to be another exciting season.
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“I am happy to be back at work. We are looking forward to the challenges of the new season. We want to continue with the momentum from last season,” said Katsande.
The Zimbabwean international wants AmaKhosi to do well in all competitions, including the ones they failed to win last season, but he is aware that it is not going to be easy for them, because a lot of teams will be targeting them.
“Going into the new season, the achievements of the past season are now history. We want to do well in all competitions including the MTN8 and Telkom Knockout Cup that eluded us last season. We are aware that we will be the team to beat this (upcoming) season,” he said.
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Katsande has also thanked the AmaKhosi faithful for their undying support in the past season, but he has urged the fans to stop booing their own players.
“The only thing that I wish is not going to happen at the stadiums this coming season is the booing of the players. That is painful, especially when you get booed by your own supporters,” added Katsande.
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