Newly signed AmaZulu goalkeeper Energy Murambadoro believes that the club will escape relegation this season because they have quality players who are hungry to prove themselves. Speaking on the club’s official website (www.Amazulufc.net) the Zimbabwean goal minder, who joined the Durban-based outfit to fill a void left by fellow countryman Tapuwa Kapini, said that he believes that the club will fight hard to keep their Absa Premiership status. “With the experience and the quality of players AmaZulu have I don’t think we are going to go to the National First Division. I have only been here for a while but I have noticed how great this club is,” said Murambadoro.
The former Bidvest Wits goalie also went as far as saying that he joined Usuthu because he felt like he needed new challenges. “The decision to join AmaZulu was not instant. I needed the challenge (and) that is why I decided to accept the offer here. Honestly it is not going to be easy. I will have to work hard to prove myself as there are two other goalkeepers in the club who are doing well,” he said. The 16th-placed AmaZulu have also brought in Mbulelo Mabizela, Bonginkosi Ntuli and Roscoe Pietersen among others.