Ex-Pirates star Mlambo reveals AmaZulu move


Xola Mlambo put an end to speculation about his future by completing his move to AmaZulu on Monday.

The former Orlando Pirates midfielder joined Usuthu on a two-year contract in which he met former teammates Luvuyo Memela and Augustine Mulenga at the Durban club.

It’s great to come into a club that has so much ambition and drive. I’m honored that AmaZulu have trusted me to help them achieve the goals they have set out for the season and the coming seasons,” Mlambo told the AmaZulu website.

I’m also happy to see some familiar faces in this new-look AmaZulu squad. The combination of the players that have been here and those that have joined will take this club to greater heights as we look to win cups for Usuthu,” added the former Cape Town All Stars and Chippa United midfielder.

Mlambo became Usuthu’s 11th signing in the current transfer window as the club seeks to fulfill new AmaZulu chairman Sandile Zungu’s ambition to finish in the top four in the 2020/21 DStv Premiership.

AmaZulu, who started their campaign with a 1-1 draw against Orlando Pirates last Saturday, will face PSL newcomer TS Galaxy at Mbombela Stadium on Wednesday.

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