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'I don't believe in parking the bus'

AmaZulu coach Cavin Johnson was left with mix emotions after their goalless draw against Highlands Park at King Zwelithini Stadium on Saturday night.

The former Platinum Stars mentor felt the Lions of the North came to KZN for a point, due to their defensive style of play on the night.

Johnson is not a fan of teams “parking the bus”.

“I don’t believe in parking the bus, but I think they came here for a draw and they defended very well, we created more chances.”

He added “We were top on of them and when you look at the match, they came here for the point.”

Despite not getting maximum points, Johnson is happy with their form at home. Usuthu are yet to suffer defeat on home soil and Johnson believes it will take something special for anyone to collect three points from them in their backyard.

“As much as I’m not happy with dropping points, when we play here we fight to make sure we don’t lose. Anyone who comes here must always find it hard to win.”

AmaZulu’s next game is against Kaizer Chiefs at King Zwelithini Stadium on Wednesday, as Johnson’s men look to register their first victory of 2019. 

AmaZulu’s next game is against Kaizer Chiefs at King Zwelithini Stadium on Wednesday, as Johnson’s men look to register their first victory of 2019. 

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