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AmaZulu striker Nguzana hungry for game-time

Posted: 11 April 2014 Time: 10:45

AmaZulu newcomer Lucky Nguzana is hungry for game-time as he seeks to add to the two goals he has scored in three appearances for the club.

Nguzana, 22, penned a short-term deal with Usuthu last month after parting ways with Golden Arrows.

"The coach [Craig Rosslee] has told me what he expects from me and it’s also great to work with coach [Wilfred] Mugeyi, who scored many goals during his playing days," Nguzana told AmaZulu's official website.

The former national U-23 international added that he is comfortable playing any role up front.

"I’m willing to play in any position or any system – it all depends on how the coach selects the team," he said.

"I’d be comfortable playing with Drogba [Bongani Ndulula], Ayanda (Dlamini) or playing as a lone striker.

"I just want to keep working hard so I can get game-time and score more goals."

Livefyre comments on this story...

leftie
posted: 2014-04-11 09:18:38

Mr editor, this is cut and paste. This was on Usuthu site yesterday. If you have nothing to write about, just close the site.

FootFancyWork
posted: 2014-04-11 10:07:44

Don't worry boi Trott is watching.....

mehlo
posted: 2014-04-11 10:28:59

one of the best young talent, he is yet to show his true potential

Salarice
posted: 2014-04-14 14:03:56

He is a lethal striker I recall him at Sundowns development, and also had a stint with African Warriors.

Graig Rosslee has an eye for talent.

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