- Moeneeb Josephs was in a class of his own as he made two critical saves that kept his team in the game
- Coach Calvin Johnson was impressed with the shift the goal keeper put in which allowed them to come from behind to claim victory against Free State Stars
- Josephs who claimed the man of the match award unselfishly shared it with his skipper Mbongeni Gumede who had scored an own goal that had put the team behind in the first half.
Amazulu goalie and new signing Moeneeb Josephs earned the praise of his coach for demonstrating a high degree of sportsmanship in the aftermath of their come back 2-1 win over Free State Stars. Amazulu coach Calvin Johnson singled out his goalie for praise after he sportingly shared his man of the match award with captain Mbongeni Gumede who had scored an own goal in the first half.
Amazulu fought back valiantly to collect all three points after Josephs had saved from point black range from Goodman Dlamini. The gesture by Josephs to take his skipper to the man of the match presentation was met with positive remarks by the coach Calvin Johnson. Briefly co.za noted that in a season in which the traditional giants of the Premiership have been floundering. Inspired performances from Josephs will be crucial in keeping Amazulu within shouting distance with the pacesetters.
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