Amazulu Football Club head coach has admitted that his aim with Usuthu is to win the Dstv Premiership with the club.
Usuthu has now gone 30 years without lifting a trophy. However, it looks like the former Swallows Football Club coach is looking to turn things around for the club.
When speaking to the media, Brandon Truter revealed that the club board is expecting the club to finish in the top four and also lift a cup.
The coach feels that it is possible to achieve anything with Usuthu, as the atmosphere is great at the club players.
He further stated that as a coach, he is not looking to finish either in the top eight or even in the top four. However, he wants to lift the league with Usuthu.
Amazulu will welcome SuperSport United at Princess Magogo stadium this afternoon. They will be looking to register their first win of the season.
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