Why AmaZulu coach Vukusic doesn’t care what number of targets Ntuli scores this season


AmaZulu coach Josef Vukusic doesn’t care what number of targets his high striker Bonginkosi Ntuli scores this season so long as his strikes assist the basement membership escape relegation.

Ntuli has shouldered the duty of discovering the again of the online for the membership this season after scoring 10 of the 11 targets AmaZulu have scored in 20 Absa Premiership video games on this marketing campaign.

“I don’t care if he (Ntuli) scores the subsequent 10 and nobody scores,” was Vukusic’s response when requested whether or not he was fearful about different gamers not contributing with targets.

“I don’t care as a result of our sport is like that (they’ve Ntuli as the principle goal).

“(Ntuli is the goal) however we play over the wings, we play mixtures and we’ve got different gamers within the field making an attempt to attain, and so they didn’t.

“I don’t care about who will rating the targets. In fact we’ve got different gamers who can rating as effectively and so they should contribute extra.”

AmaZulu misplaced their 11th sport of the season within the 1-Zero defeat towards Orlando Pirates on the Orlando Stadium on Saturday.

The one different participant to seek out the again of the online for AmaZulu this season was Butholesizwe Mncube who scored in a Three-2 away victory towards Bloemfontein Celtic final month.

However the KwaZulu-Natal membership started a winless run of 5 matches after that win and so they’ve solely earned one level.

“However this season Ntuli is scoring. In fact we introduced now (Siphelele) Magubane and (Milos) Lacny and we’ve got (Lehlohonolo) Majoro.

“What I find out about Majoro is that usually he’s scoring however he hasn’t this season.

“So it’s about that, however yah, I don’t care if Ntuli scores 30 targets, it’s superb.”

For the sake of his job and the membership’s security from relegation, Vukusic will hope that Ntuli finds his scoring contact once more after they host fellow strugglers Polokwane Metropolis on the Kings Park Stadium on Sunday.