AmaZulu FC have shown improvement in the business end of the current 2021-22 DStv Premiership current season.
This is according to coach Brandon Truter who was appointed as Usuthu’s new interim head coach for the remainder of the campaign on March 27.
The Cape Town-born tactician remains undefeated having taken charge of five league matches winning three and drawing two.
“There has been huge progress from our last two games until now,” Truter said with the team yet to concede under the guidance.
“There has been progressing in terms of where we come from with regards to ball retention and structure.
“Putting the ball in the back of the net at the end of the day is what counts for us.”
Truter was impressed with the type of football played by his charges in Usuthu’s 0-0 draw with Sekhukhune United on Saturday evening.
“We played some good football. Our pressing and counter-pressing and structure was good,” the experienced tactician added.
“They could not get out. The only trouble that they gave us was from set-pieces and one or two counterattacks.”
AmaZulu are set to wrap up the current campaign with matches against Cape Town City and Lamontville Golden Arrows.
Usuthu will face Cape Town City at the DHL Stadium on Sunday and Lamontville Golden Arrows at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on May 21.