Johannesburg - Bornwell Mwape has backed his AmaZulu side to
get over their disappointing run which has seen them go winless in all seven
outings in the league.
Wits outclass AmaZulu
The Zambian international is one of a number of new arrivals
who were signed to boost the Durban side's chances of breaking into the top
eight this season.
Things have not worked out as planned for Usuthu, as they
currently occupy the last place in the league table, following Friday's 2-0
defeat against Bidvest Wits.
However, Mwape is not losing hope just yet as he believes
they can turn things around in this campaign and improve their standing.
"It was a tough game, we worked as a team and we tried
but we had a bit of bad luck," the striker told the club's website.
"There's in no need to look down because we still have
many games to go. We need to push ourselves but there is no need to look
down," he added.
AmaZulu's next assignment is the Telkom Knockout clash
against another struggling side, Bloemfontein Celtic, at the Princess Magogo
Stadium on Saturday, October 4 at 20:15.