Johannesburg - AmaZulu striker Ayanda Dlamini is eagerly awaiting the opportunity
to strut his stuff against Manchester United when they visit South
Africa later this month.
Sir Alex Ferguson's side will play two matches, one in Durban
against Usuthu on July 18 before taking on Ajax Cape Town in the Mother
City on July 21.
Dlamini told the club's official website: "First of all not
everyone can get a chance to play against Manchester United. We're very
excited and looking forward to meeting them but more than anything to
square up against them.
"Knowing that you can't single out any player to be watchful of
and, that they're a team with quality players, what we will need to do
is go all out to play to our game.
"Besides what we already know as players on the field I believe
it will provide a positive effect in our many aspects even to the
"As for me personally coming from a tough season like the ended
one despite us qualifying for the top 8, I know I could've done better.
So such a match will be a very good way for us to sharpen our game."