- Malawian star Gabadinho Mhango has given his first public interview since signing for Amazulu from Orlando Pirates
- Mhango had been struggling for game time at the Buccaneers, and clearly needed a change in scenery
- The interview, which was uploaded onto Usuthu's social media platforms, drew a varied response from those who watched it
Gabadinho Mhango is raring to go at his new club Amazulu.
The 29-year-old attacker called it quits with Orlando Pirates last season, clearly in need of change, and finding it in Durban.
Mhango spoke for the first time about his move to Usuthu in an interview that was posted on the club's various social media platforms.
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The Malawian said:
"It is amazing to be here, and it is something I have been waiting for, joining the group. I'm proud to be a part of Amazulu and I can't wait to catch up with the team.
"To the fans: thank you for welcoming me. I'm looking forward to see you guys at the stadium supporting the team. We will give you what you are looking forward to. Just come in numbers to the stadium."
The interview was met with a positive reaction.
Afana Steve said:
"My friend, I can't wait to watch you in this Usuthu team."
Philani Ndebele said:
"A big catch for Usuthu! Even now I still can't believe Pirates released him. If Usuthu can get a coach with an experience of winning titles they will go places!"
Sizwe Mvelase said:
"Mhango is dangerous and Khoza with his pals, Floyd, Screamer and Ncikazi will find out the hard way. Had Amazulu not released Memela, both Mhango and Memela would perform magic for Amazulu."
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