Benny McCarthy And Amazulu Play A Thrilling Game That Left the PSL In Shock Date: 2021/11/08 Benny McCarthy and AmaZulu were playing against Eric Tinkler's team in Kwa Zulu Natal which saw the Zulu men give the visitors a hit to the gut with a 2:0 win over Cape Town City, Thabo Qalinge brought the storm.
Some might know him as the current most skillful midfielder in the Premier Soccer League - which is something that might be true. The Johannesburg born midfielder, Fortune Makaringe is currently playing for the Soweto based side Orlando Pirates Football Club. The 28-year old is described as a blessing to Mzansi football supporters, along with the likes of Masibusane Zongo, Thabo Rakhale, Thabo Qalinge, Hendrick Ekstein and some other few skillful players who are currently participating in the Premier Soccer League.
The Durban side Amazulu FC and SuperSport United at the Kings Park stadium match ended in a goalless draw with no getting back of the net. Both teams came to the match on a flyer which nonstopping attack as they looked to get an early goal. Usuthu home side was less in their threat as they managed to maintain ball possession.
Benny McCarthy and AmaZulu had been gambling in opposition to Eric Tinkler's group in Kwa Zulu Natal which noticed the Zulu guys deliver the traffic successful to the intestine with a 2:0 win over Cape Town City, Thabo Qalinge added the storm. He made positive that his competition couldn't address his velocity at the wing, they desired to overcome them 3:0, over the motive of this weekend we noticed a number of the great games, all of the gamers, and technical body of workers of the Premier Soccer league must congratulate themselves for this weekend, South African turned into satisfied with the overall performance of the teams.
With only a 2-0 triumph on Sunday evening, AmaZulu broke Cape Town City's two-match undefeated streak in the DStv Premiership. Terrence Mashego, Thato Mokeke, as well as Mduduzi Mdantsane were all summoned by City, whereas Usuthu started Thabo Qalinge in place of Andre de Jong.
There are some high-profile free agents in the PSL who are available to any club that wants to take advantage of their status as free agents, and just because they aren't signed doesn't mean they aren't good players. Former free agents like Thabo Qalinge and George Lebese have found success again, so there's a lot of potential here.
AmaZulu set off with high ambitions when Zungu took over ownership from the Sokhela family in October last year. Speaking at the announcement of the takeover, the chairman told the media the target was to finish in the top four, and moved swiftly to reinforce the squad while still retaining the service of then coach Ayanda ‘Cobra’ Dlamini, who had been rewarded with a three-year contract by the previous regime.
AmaZulu FC have been signing players from Orlando Pirates and now they are looking to boost their squad for the upcoming 2021/22 Dstv premiership season. The Durban based side team have show the interest in the Soweto giant youngster, Orlando Pirates (Buccaneers) youngster has now attracted an interest from KwaZulu Natal side AmaZulu who coached by former Orlando Pirates player who have once won the UEFA Champions league with FC Porto in Portugal before he came to Orlando Pirates.
For someone who spent so much time on the sidelines after being offloaded by SuperSport United, it's safe to say that Thabo Qalinge has cemented his spot in the AmaZulu setup. Coach Benni McCarthy threw an olive branch at Qalinge and he grabbed the opportunity with both hands.
There are several high profile free agents in the PSL available for any club which wishes tovtake advantage of their free agent status, and them being without contracts doesn't mean they are not quality player's. The likes of Thabo Qalinge and George Lebese we're previously free agents but have found success yet again so there's a lot of possibility on hand here.
AmaZulu FC are in Malawi for the second leg of CAF Champions League and aggressor, Thabo Qalinge is sure they can upset the deficiency. Usuthu couldn't underwrite against ten-men Nyasa Big Bullets in the first round at home as they lost by 1-0 yet Qalinge says intellectually, as group, they are good to go for the battle in Malawi.
Benni McCarthy, the head coach of AmaZulu FC, has stated that the team will be strengthened this weekend by the availability of five former Orlando Pirates players. AmaZulu will face Kaizer Chiefs in a PSL match on Saturday at Jonsson Kings Park Stadium, the site of the 1996 Africa Cup of Nations.
Head coach Benni McCarthy hailed his side's spirited performance as they overturned a first-leg deficit with a 3-2 aggregate win over Big Bullets to advance to the subsequent spherical of the CAF Champions League. Striker Bonginkosi Ntuli grabbed a brace as strike accomplice Siphelele Mthembu sealed the all-important win for Usuthu as McCarthy's aspect superior to the subsequent spherical of the continental competition.
AmaZulu FC are in Malawi for the second leg of CAF Champions League and attacker, Thabo Qalinge is confident they can overturn the deficit. Usuthu couldn't capitalize against ten-men Nyasa Big Bullets in the first round at home as they lost by 1-0 but Qalinge says mentally, as team, they are well prepared for the fight in Malawi.
The Durban side Amazulu Football Club Usuthu will be looking to register their second win in the league in the past four fixtures. Usuthu coach Benni McCarthy has received a major boost for their upcoming fixture against Kaizer Chiefs having the return of their eight players for team selection.
AmaZulu lead trainer Benni McCarthy has affirmed that no under eight stars will get back to activity when Usuthu have Kaizer Chiefs this end of the week! Benni McCarthy holding his hand up© Provided by The South African AmaZulu acquired their first triumph of the period throughout the end of the week after a fairly disappointing beginning to the new mission which saw Benni McCarthy's side procure only three focuses from their initial four matches.
Eight players have returned to Benni McCarthy's AmaZulu before of their match against Kaizer Chiefs this weekend. The DStv Premiership runners-up earned their first win of the season with a 1-0 victory against Baroka FC on Saturday, and they'll be back in action this weekend when they welcome the Amakhosi.
Before the start of this previous weekend's DSTV Premiership action there was a sense of expectation surrounding the fact that Kaizer Chiefs would perhaps return to winning ways against a very unfancied Marumo Gallants Because just like the 2020/21 season Kaizer Chiefs have started this 2021/22 campaign in extremely poor fashion as nothing seems to have changed from then with no lessons being learnt by the players as well
In the PSL, there are a number of high-profile free agents who are available to any club willing to take advantage of their status as free agents, and just because they aren't signed doesn't mean they aren't strong players. Former free agents such as Thabo Qalinge and George Lebese have resurfaced, indicating that this team has a lot of promise.
THE biggest challenge facing South African teams, in the Caf tournament, is the mistreatment they receive, especially in central Africa, and beyond. It is exciting to hear the Zulu players express that they feel at home in Lilongwe, Malawi. This is where they will play the second leg of the first round of the Caf Champions League, 2021/2022.