Following a bad start to the season, Amazulu – with Zimbabweans Kapini and Carlington Nyadombo in the backline, are rooted at the bottom of the ABSA Premiership log after five games, but the former Zimbabwe national team player was still defiant in face of adversity early this week.
Kapini, who also captains the side, said teamwork and unity in the club’s family would see them start to collect the points that would eventually pull them through.
“All we need to do is maintain the unity and focus that will see us manage to move away from the danger zone,” said the former Highlanders goalkeeper.
“We just have to pull our socks up and start winning all our next games, starting with the away fixture to an equally struggling Polokwane City on Saturday evening. In that game, only the fittest team will survive as we are gunning for all three points.
“There is no need for us to panic at this stage because in football, no team is ever always guaranteed good results because no-one who wants lose. Everybody wants to be on top, but the short break will prepare us for a better league action.”Post published in: Football