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So far so good under Joey Antipas at AmaZulu

 

10/09/2016 00:00:00
by KickOff.com
 
New Amazulu coach Joey Antipas
 
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SOUTH Africa: AmaZulu defender Alan Robertson has no complaints with life under new coach Joey Antipas.

Antipas, who led Chicken Inn to Zimbabwean league honours in 2015, took charge of Usuthu three months ago after being named as Steve Barker's successor late last season. Barker was dismissed following the team's failed bid for an immediate return to the Absa Premiership.

Antipas has got off to a winning start in Durban as AmaZulu beat Black Leopards 2-1 in their National First Division opener on August 28.

“Well, everything looks good,” Robertson told the club's website.

“He’s a good coach with lots of experience having done very well in Zimbabwe,” added the 22-year-old ex-University of Pretoria man.

Antipas's charges next visit Cape Town All Stars at Parow Park on Sunday.



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