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Langwe does not expect the transition from Bidvest Wits to AmaZulu to be a
difficult one, despite him having spent the greater part of five seasons in
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Langwe did not play a single game for the Clever Boys during
the first half of the Premiership season and is delighted by the opportunity he
will get in Durban.
"It is good to be here at AmaZulu," said Langwe,
who is confident of hitting the ground running.
"I must say that there are quality players and I am
looking forward to the challenge.
“As far as adapting and the style of play is concerned, I
don’t think I am going to have a problem."
That Usuthu are currently engaged in a daunting relegation
battle is not a secret to all involved, but Langwe has not let that deter him
from trying to achieve some of his goals during his stay in KZN.
Langwe understands that he will have to work particularly
hard if any of those objectives are to be realised.
"Coaches are all the same, if you work hard you are
given a chance. I have been coached by four coaches in such a short space of
time, so I am used to hard work and training hard," he said.
"If I can score five goals, that would be great for the
club. I still have great plans for the future and I am hoping that by doing
well for AmaZulu those will be achieved."