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Nsanzurwino wants promotion 16/08/04
Dangerous Darkies coach Ramadhan Nsanzurwino says he has only one mission in life right now, and that is to ensure that his team win promotion to the Castle Premiership.

Darkies kick-off the Mvela Golden League against SA City Pillars on August 28 at the KaNyamazane Stadium.

"My single most important task is to earn Darkies promotion to the Castle Premiership," he told Sun Sport.

"I have spent some time with the team and am satisfied with their form in training. I think we are for the season."

Nsanzurwino, who takes over from Walter Rautmann, knows what it is to take a club to the Castle Premiership when he led AmaZulu to promotion in 2003 and will be counting on his experience to help Dangerous Darkies this time round.

However, he added that he still needs at least three more players to complete his squad.

The club's general manager Mario Pillay added: "He (Nsanzurwino) is an experienced coach and we look forward to good results under his guidance."

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