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Aces still unbeaten at home

Posted: 27 September 2009 Time: 17:29

Absa Premiership newcomers Mpumalanga Black Aces maintained their unbeaten home record with a 2-0 win over AmaZulu at the Ackerville Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Amazayoni secured the victory thanks to two goals by Clifford Mulenga, who has now scored three times in his last two matches for the club.

Usuthu, after this defeat, remain rock bottom of the table and the pressure will be growing on coach Neil Tovey.

Aces took the lead midway through the first half when former Bidvest Wits and Thanda Royal Zulu player Mulenga fired home a low shot from outside the penalty area.

On 33 minutes Amazayoni almost made it 2-0, with Lindokuhle Mbatha heading just over from Jacob Machaka's free-kick.

On 62 minutes Mulenga grabbed his second goal of the game, heading home a cross from Rudiger Gilbert. The Zambian capitalised on some poor marking in the heart of defence.

Mulenga looked to complete a hat-trick ten minutes later but fired his long-range effort wide, while Mtsweni’s free-kick was tipped over by Nicolas Gindre on 77 minutes.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 05:47 pm
AMAZULU FC will never be an exception with other teams who have faced such adamant coaches. The coach who thinks is a player and the referee will reap good playing but loose the match on the turf. It must be remembered even when a team goes down the log players remain indespensable but the team remain in the relegation zone or second division.It is high time Tovey start smelling his armpits it is where he will find out the type of the smell is like whether he is clean or that is he is doing things correctly or the adolenscence smell whether he is failing to peform. If the armpits are perfumed he will be liked by all but as long as they smell bad he will have the option to ship out. Boys dont like you. Call them and talk to them even Clive Barker once survived through that system.
Anonymous
posted: 09:13 pm
It seems AMAZULU FC do not know what they want or have run out of ideas with regards to acquiring players. Not long time ago they brought Sean Dundee from Germany with injury and continued to pay and medicated him and thereafter released him. They show that they have a lot of money to waste or to spend. They are selling a good player now and replace him with outcasts from Birds, Thanda, Santos, Supersprt and they like rejects for good players. My question is didnt they know when they secured the services of Chabalala that he has been injury prone for long.Torvey follows the old adage that the matured wine is the one that is most liked.What was Tovey doing when he was trying to form a formidable side during preseason going to the extend of taking boys to remote training areas in Howick? Was he thinking of the manner of sending Bafo Biyela to the doldrum,s? He must go back to Sundowns they need him there.If AMAZULU were meant to die with Barker let it be.
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