Absa Premiership

Hard work will pay off for AmaZulu

2014-09-30 12:26
Marc Van Heerden (Gallo Images)

Durban - AmaZulu defender Marc Van Heerden believes that his team’s fortunes are on the brink of changing.

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Speaking to the club's website, Van Heerden has urged his teammates to continue their hard work and is certain things will only improve.

“We just got to keep fighting; we have to keep working hard and our fortunes will change. Things will change for us,” Van Heerden said.

“We just have to put the effort in; hard work always pays off.”

“We need to make sure we’re doing that little bit extra and that we bury our chances at the end of the day.”

AmaZulu will play their next game on Saturday, October 4 when they host Bloemfontein Celtic in a Telkom Knockout encounter at the Princess Magogo Stadium.

Kick-off is scheduled for 20:15.

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