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AmaZulu are back – Brandon Truter

Brandon Truter

AmaZulu FC interim coach Brandon Truter believes the side is heading in the right direction after being in charge for just three games with two wins and a draw since replacing coach Benni McCarthy.

In an interview last Sunday after the goalless draw with Royal AM, the former Swallows FC coach said he was very happy with how the players had taken to him and his style of coaching and that things were generally going well.

"I have nothing to prove to anyone, but stats and facts are there for everybody to see. Now we hardly concede, so it is a work-in-progress third game now still unbeaten," Truter told media.

"Seven points out of nine, so I think we are fairly okay now. We are happy that this is our third clean sheet in a row and we are also creating chances. That's what I like about the team."

Truter admits there are people who are not happy that he replaced McCarthy as its felt he won't take AmaZulu anywhere but he feels in time that will change.

"For me, I can't focus on what I can and at the same time, whatever happens, people can see the quality here," Truter said.

"There are many people who don't want to see me in this job for some reasons. They don't give me the respect I deserve in this team as well. But coming in to replace McCarthy is always going to be there and that's what I expected.

"So, I will continue with what I am capable of and I would like to thank the management and the technical team whose support has been good," he added.