Cape Town - Shu-Aib
Walters, says that the news that Mpumalanga Black Aces will be staying in the
PSL has reinvigorated his teammates who struggled a bit with training last
PSL confirmed on Thursday that they had rejected the application for the sale
of the club to AmaZulu.
sure that the majority of the players wanted to be here, they signed for Aces
and wanted to be in Johannesburg,” Walter told Sport24.
me it would have probably been one of the easier moves if it had materialised
because I have been in KZN for five and a half years, but for the other players
it would have been a big adjustment.”
said that although the players were putting in effort at training the knowledge
that they might have to relocate or drop down to the NFD had meant that their
minds were elsewhere.
players are relieved now and can put 120% focus in.
the news broke last week Tuesday you could see on Wednesday and Thursday the
players could only give 60%, not because of a lack of effort but because their
minds were worried about what would happen.
there are a lot more smiles now because there is clarity.
are playing for now, we are training for something now.
week we were thinking about how this would effect our futures but now we have a
goal to work towards,” he said positively.