Maritzburg United have frequently played with assignment in the DStv Premiership, however going into the new season their lead trainer John Maduka says the still up in the air to complete in the best eight.
To remain above water the Team of Choice frequently sell their best players. Over the most recent couple of years they've lost stars, for example, Lebogang Maboe, Siphesihle Ndlovu, Fortune Makaringe and a lot more who were offered to greater clubs to get by.
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Maritzburg have endured the side-effects of being a selling club as in the beyond two seasons they have been in transfer dogfights.
Heading into the new season, the KwaZulu-Natal club would rather not be considered assignment competitors. The players they have marked and the securing of Maduka, who has a strong history, shows they believe things should get to the next level.
"The group has been battling in the beyond two seasons, we need to change that. We unequivocally accept that with the group we have gathered, and the longing and readiness we have, we'll have the option to do that.
"We are anticipating the approaching season. We know it won't be a simple season however we emphatically accept we will contend. We need to take it each game in turn.
"We need to construct a group that is reliable and can play together. We have one objective, which is to complete in the main eight," he said.
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