Majoro backed to regain form at Usuthu


AmaZulu caretaker coach Ayanda Dlamini believes Lehlohonolo Majoro still has a lot to offer to the club.

The former Bafana Bafana, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates striker has struggled to find the back of the net since rejoining Usuthu from Bidvest Wits.

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Dlamini, who also played alongside Majoro when he first joined the club, feels the lengthy break will benefit the 33-year-old.

"From the bottom of my heart, Majoro is a very good player," Dlamini tells

"He understands that he needs to regain his form and has been working extra hard in training and I believe when football resumes, we will see a different player."

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The former Orlando Pirates and Cape Town City forward was sent to train with the club's development side a few months ago, which raised questions about his future, but Dlamini says he would love to see his former strike partner stay in Durban for longer.

"It's my wish to see him staying with the club, he still has a lot to offer for the team, so I really want him to stay."

Before the domestic season was suspended due to the nationwide lockdown in March, Majoro featured in 17 matches across all competitions for Usuthu without scoring.

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