Johnson curbs AmaZulu link

2014-10-17 12:37
Cavin Johnson (Gallo)

Cape Town - Former SuperSport United coach Cavin Johnson has distanced himself on rumours that he is the next AmaZulu coach.

Read: AmaZulu search for first PSL win

It took Usuthu almost three weeks to announce the sacking of Craig Rosslee after issuing the former Ajax Cape Town coach with “gardening leave”.

However, the decision has now been made final with Wilfred Mugeyi being handed the role of caretaker coach position until further notice.

According to KickOff, Cavin Johnson was unaware that Rosslee had been axed by the Kwazulu-Natal club.

“AmaZulu without a coach?

"No I don’t know anything linking my name to the job,” claimed Johnson.

“I haven’t received any phone calls or communication from AmaZulu but I will let you know when something happens.

" I’m shocked to hear that but honestly I know nothing about the job, you can keep in touch and I will let you know soon.”

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