AmaZulu FC president Sandile Zungu has revealed that George Maluleka might be their last signing. Rumours suggest that talks between Usuthu and former Kaizer Chiefs full-back Ramahlwe Mphahlele and are at an advanced stage.
He think they are done with ther signings for this season.We can't sign more than we have now, I think we've got a very strong team.
Talk about surviving on scraps and rejects, that's Amazulu fc of nowadays, does this club have a development system for young talent. KZN is rich with young and fresh football talent but the biggest club in KZN is busy signing old and tired players from others provinces.
Goalkeeping department they not good , i think they need to sign more one goalkeeper just in case if Mothwa got injury.Life will humble you ,he called people rejects;now he is signing the very same people he called rejects.
The also signed Zuma for nothing the guy didn't want that Kambole cow get over it 7 years trophyless fc fans.
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