Jaure, who also plays for the Zimbabwe national team, said he was hopeful of receiving his work permit next week and in time for his side’s third game of the season. “I’m very happy that I have signed for a club in the South African PSL, especially AmaTuks, a professionally run outfit. Playing for DeMbare always felt good and challenging, but playing for AmaTuks will be something else.
“They have high quality infrastructure and the atmosphere is always thrilling. We don’t have such world-class facilities back home, so there is more space for me to further develop my football skills and become a better player.”
Jaure said his first priority at the Pretoria outfit was to break into the first team, which he said had quality and determined players capable of taking the team to the top.
“The players gave me a warm welcome and showed me a few tips. In all positions there are great players and I will need to work hard to get into the first team. I however, believe I have what it takes to make it and the coach said he needed someone of my calibre to fortify his defence. That is the challenge I have now – proving I am what he is looking at.”
Jaure, who can play right wingback, centre-back and defensive midfield, signed a three-year deal with Barker’s side and remains favourite for their right-back position.Post published in: Football