Cape Town - AmaZulu head coach Jozef Vukusic is
adamant that there is no cause for concern at the club because everyone
is committed to turning their season around.
Usuthu find themselves at the bottom of the Absa Premiership standings after losing 1-0 to Orlando Pirates on Saturday.
However, they are level on points with Polokwane City and Black
Leopards, and Vukusic remains optimistic that they can get out of the
relegation zone after showing signs of promise against the Buccaneers.
"I don't feel I am alone in this battle [against relegation]. We must
survive and I believe we'll survive. The management, the players and my
technical staff have been responding well, giving their all," said
Vukusic, as quoted by SowetanLive.
"I don't spend even one second going into a direction of speaking
about rumours and things like that. We know what we must do and we're
positive that we'll turn it around. Everything is under control."
He added: "Performances like this are motivating. We want to keep playing like this and hope something can come out of that."
AmaZulu's next league encounter will be a massive opportunity as they host fellow strugglers Polokwane City on Sunday.
- TeamTalk Media