KwaZulu-Natal is going through a positive change period as they have four groups in the PSL interestingly and they all progressing admirably.
According to KickOff.com, A glad Manqana says having so many groups from the area can't be underestimated and begs club managers to attempt by all means to keep their best players so they can go after greater trophies."It fulfills me to see KZN groups progressing nicely, we will presently have more players in the DStv Premiership in the PSL, having four groups isn't something little and (players) should be ensured," Manqana told KickOff.com.
"I just wish club bosses can now stop selling their best players to Gauteng teams because that is the main reason we haven't seen a trophy in the province for years.- he continued to KickOff.com.
"If we can manage players very well financially and their talent, we can manage to keep them so we can compete in for big things like AmaZulu FC are doing."- he added to KickOff.com.
Manqana won the MTN8 with Golden Arrows in 2009 and is confident that if all KZN teams can finish in the top eight, one of them can definitely win the cup.
"I would like to see KZN teams finishing in the top eight. Imagine having all of them there, that will give them an advantage to win the trophy and I see that happening," he concluded to KickOff.com.
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