AmaZulu supporters are not happy with coach Cavin Johnson
Posted: 16 January 2018 Time: 20:09
KickOff.com has been informed that AmaZulu supporters are planning to march to the club’s training ground in an effort to get coach Cavin Johnson sacked.
Some supporters are not happy with Johnson, who was appointed just two weeks before the season started after Usuthu bought Thanda Royal Zulu’s PSL status. They want to see Johnson gone and they will make their frustrations known at the Moses Mabhida Stadium outer grounds tomorrow.
This is the not the first time AmaZulu supporters would be invading the club’s training session. During Craig Rosslee's season in charge in 2014/15, Usuthu fans showed up unannounced. Rosslee parted ways with Usuthu in September 2014 after he failed to win in the first six games of the season. They were relegated that season and the fans do not want to see that happening again.
They have now gone nine games in all competitions without a win, with the latest loss coming against Baroka FC this past weekend. It was their third loss on the trot without scoring a goal. They have won just three games of the 15 they have played.
“It will be a peaceful march. We are going to write our grievances on our placards. We are not there to disturb training. We as supporters are tired of the coach that we have because there's no unity,” said one of the club's fans, who did not want his name to be revealed.
“There's no harmony in the team and that means there's no unity. But we are clear that we are not there to disturb the training.”
As it was revealed by this website yesterday, Usuthu today confirmed the acquisition of former Kaizer Chiefs striker Camaldine Abraw to bolster their striking force. The big Togolese striker has signed a six-month deal with an option to renew for a year.
Usuthu next take on SuperSport United at Umlazi's King Zwelithini Stadium on Saturday.