Cape Town - AmaZulu
coach Steve Barker is optimistic that the club’s fortunes will turn around once
they have brought in a few new faces.
Read: Mabizela set to join AmaZulu
Usuthu ended 2014 marooned at the bottom of the PSL table,
eight points adrift of the club above them, Platinum Stars.
"We are glad that 2014 has passed and we are looking
forward to a new year, hoping that we are able to move away from the dreaded
"It was a tough first round and we have learned a lot
from the matches we played," Barker told the Citizen.
The club have been linked with a host of players, including
Mamelodi Sundowns players Wayne Sandilands, Bryce Moon, Luyolo Nomandela, and
Mbulelo Mabizela, who last played at Black Aces, is another
player being linked with a move down to Durban.
Barker concedes that there should be new arrivals shortly,
but has not disclosed any names for now.
"We have two weeks to go before the end of the transfer
“It would be good to have the players now as we could be
working on the tactical aspects of the game with them.
"But these things take time so we simply have to be
“In the next two days, we will be making an official
announcement about who is coming and I am keeping my fingers cross that we have
the players in our stable as quickly as possible."