Zungu has spent a year buying Usuthu from the Sokhela family. In his first season, the team brought back the joy of years past fans finishing second in the DStv Premiership log behind champions Sundowns.
Apart from the fact that Zungu wants to be the league's top finisher at the end of the season, he is keen to end Sundowns' four-season Premiership win over the Premiership.
In the 2021/2022 season, the Brazilians are undefeated and have not conceded a goal in the league. They are comfortable in the Premiership with 16 points.
"Congratulations to Sundowns, they are doing everything in a good way. We have to commend them for not only doing well here in the DStv Premiership but also for representing the country abroad they are doing something amazing.
“They hoisted the South African flag. We congratulate them on that and we love that. If they have a chance to dominate the league, they should not continue, but they know that something is wrong with them, "said Zungu.
"Our simple goal is to get Sundowns out of the top spot. I don't know how many years it will take. Maybe it will take five, maybe ten years, but all I can say is that if we celebrate 100 years of 2032, ten years in power, Usuthu should count as the best team in years. ten.
"We want Usuthu Olumabhesh 'ankone to be in the league as Sundowns continue to do."
Zungu understands that in order to dominate the Premiership he has to find top players who are bought for big bucks. Sundowns have repeatedly shown that they are not cold when it comes to signing players. As a result, Soweto's Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, who were previously considered to be in charge of the player's creams, have always been victorious.
"We have some good players here in our Sundowns squad. So I'm not sure if to compete with it I have to spend R15 million on Kutumela or I want Erasmus.
“I am not sure that this is the way we want to build Usuthu. We will challenge players with Sundowns but we will do that wisely. I don't want to talk about it. It is known that it has all kinds of money. That is not a sin, "said Zungu.
The Zulus have scored seven points in six games, putting them in ninth place on the log.
They will visit TS Galaxy at Mbombela Stadium for the next league season on October 20.
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