- Soccer legend Benni McCarthy revealed that he enjoys working with his former Bafana Bafana teammates
- McCarthy brought Siyabonga Nomvethe and Moeneeb Josephs to his technical team at AmaZulu
- McCarthy stated that the support he is receiving from his team is like working with family
AmaZulu head coach Benni McCarthy spoke out about enjoying working with Siyabonga Nomvethe and Moeneeb Josephs. Nomvethe and Josephs are former Bafana Bafana teammates of coach McCarthy.
McCarthy stated that the duo on the technical team has made his job at AmaZulu much easier. McCarthy brought in Josephs as the goalkeeper coach and Nomvethe as his second assistant coach.
The 43-year-old added that the support of his technical team is like 'family working with you'.
A report by Times Live stated that McCarthy feels he feels as though he is working at a place where he is appreciated. Adding that the support he has received 'can only bring success‚ good harmony and good energy'.
Sowetan Live recently reported that coach believes that Usuthu has a 'never-say-die' attitude and mentality as that is the kind of player he was.
AmaZulu is currently 7th in the PSL rankings. The club will face Moroka Swallows on 14 February at 3:30pm.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on McCarthy after he said he would like to turn AmaZulu's dreams into reality. The 43-year-old stated that he wants to give young soccer players the same opportunities he had.
According to the former footballer, the position of head coach was made irresistible by the chairman of the club, Sandile Zungu. McCarthy's passion for change in terms of current and future players is what fueled his decision to take over the head coaching position.
AmaZulu defeated Chippa United 3-1 in their clash on 20 December. According to The South African, McCarthy said:
"How can I not want to be part of the club that has an inspiration because I was once a young boy too, I was fortunate enough to be given an opportunity to become someone."
While KickOff reported that McCarthy wishes to give back through his new position and in turn change lives while also ensuring the club achieves its own ambitions.
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