Cape Town - Kenyan
international Paul Were has missed a host of games for AmaZulu and it has
affected his fitness the forward admits.
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The former AFC Leopards midfielder finally made his debut
for Usuthu after a long wait for his work permit, but he admitted that he was
affected by the delay.
“Not getting the document on time meant I had to miss the
first six matches of the season and this had an impact on my match fitness,” he
"Also, I was required to go back home and apply for a
visa again. I had to wait for six working days before I could join my club
again. But this is now behind me and I am now focused on helping the club do
“Without a work permit, it is difficult to open a bank
account or even rent a house. Now that I have it, I can bring over my young
daughter whom I miss very much since coming here.”
“I am determined to succeed here. For me, this is a stepping
stone to bigger things. If I succeed here, chances are that it will open many
doors and so there is no chance of going back to the KPL.”
Usuthu face Bloemfontein Celtic on Saturday, October 4 at
the Princess Magogo Stadium in the Telkom Knockout.
Kick-off is at 20:15.