Moroka arrived in Swaziland on Friday and on Saturday saw his new team lose 1-0 to Young Buffaloes, an army side.
This was their second game in the league after winning the first game by the same margin against Green Mambas.
In an interview with Kick Off, Moroka confirmed that he had been recommended by Bra J to be the assistant coach in Swaziland.
“I have come here with Bra J’s blessings. I know the players that I brought with me because I have worked with them all at Ezenkosi’s reserve side. They are a very good bunch and will add a new dimension to the team here,” Moroka says.
The team is currently being coached by Harris Bulunga who is also the Swaziland national Under-20 team head coach.
“I will work as the coach’s assistant; I have not come here to replace him. We will be working together to improve the standard of the game in the team. I have seen that they have some good players and that shows that the person who did the recruiting did his job well.”
Moroka added that Bulunga was doing well, both tactically and technically, with the team despite their loss at the weekend.
South Africans players currently in the team are goalkeeper Alain Robelo, defender Rhefiwe Rhovhiko and striker Sanele Gasa.