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Reader's Views: Zulu Royals 30/10/03

A number of readers have responded to Sanele Khanyile's views on what is going on at Zulu Royals. Read on to find out what they had to say...


I agree with Sanele. I don't think the powers that be at Royals know what they are doing. They have spent a lot of money on buying players such as Lucky Maselesele, Thabiso Malatsi, John Maduka, Jacky Ledwaba and Gary Goldstone, but they don't seem to care who the manager is.

I mean they started out by hiring Nsanzurwimo, who can't even speak English, and now they say they are hiring caretaker coaches for two weeks.

What is wrong with "Stability Unit", Gavin Lane? Why don't they offer him a permanent position? I think that the players will respect some-one like that.

Royals are one of the oldest clubs in the country and the club has many loyal supporters. The management needs to give the club the respect it deserves.

Andile, Pietermaritzburg

The Editor

While Sanele may have a point about the mixed messages given out by the fat cats at Zulu Royals, I am sad to hear that he is willing to write off Ngcebo Sibiya and Sipho Dlangalala before they have had a chance to prove themselves.

To me, supporting a football club requires patience. One cannot simply throw one's arms in the air and lament the death of our club when a new coach, who may turn out to be phenomenal, is brought in.

Sanele should be pleased. Joseph Mulumba is out, which I agree is a good thing, and someone else is in. That, in itself, is evidence that the club is in fact addressing its problems, not ignoring them. Whether or not their decision to hire Sibaya or Dlangalala reaps reward for the Club and supporters remains to be seen, but it's too early to get depressed about something that hasn't happened yet, or may never happen.

Roger Ferreira, Witbank

Hey there

I am a Hellenic supporter in Cape Town and have experienced the same problems Zulu Royals are facing. I believe if you have an experienced coach the players will have greater faith and respect for his abilities.

Thanx Zak, Athlone

I would like to say that Zulu Royals is going down.

I think that because they change coaches so early in the season it will confuse their players and how can they sign a coach for only two weeks. I mean what can he accoplish in two weeks?

Kaizer Chiefs will win the league because of Stigga and Shoes and Pule, but Mayo misses too much - we need a really good striker to bury those chances upfront.

You see our coach knows what to do and most important Mr Kaizer, he knows what is going on and he dosn't interfere with coaches or players like others from Durban do.

They must realise that this is not good for us in South African Football.

George Ngobese from Guguletu

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