AmaZulu FC on Monday announced the appointment of former Bafana Bafana striker Benni McCarthy as their new head coach. The former Cape Town City coach is replacing Ayanda Dlamini who stepped down from the post a week ago.
‘AmaZulu Football Club (FC) are proud to officially announce that Mr. Benni McCarthy will take over the head coaching position at Usuthu with immediate effect,” read a statement from AmaZulu FC.
“Mr. McCarthy takes over the head coaching reins following the voluntary stepping down of former head coach Mr. Ayanda Dlamini earlier this week. The appointment means that interim coach Allan Freese will assume his role as [an] assistant coach.
“The appointment of Mr. McCarthy signals Usuthu’s intent of securing a top-four finish in the Dstv Premiership as articulated by President, Sandile Zungu.
‘The new coach will look to make an immediate impact as he immediately takes over the team preparations ahead of the KZN derby against rivals Golden Arrows on 16 December 2020 at the King Power Stadium.”