Maduka On Royal AM Transition
Former Bloemfontein Celtic head coach John Maduka, who is set to lead the new Royal AM in the DStv Premiership says, transition is never easy.
Maduka was speaking after a week that saw those from Celtic head to KZN to be integrated into the new club, and Maduka says it has been an interesting week.
He explained that the welcome they received has helped before adding how impressed he was by the facilities the club has.
“Look, it has been a very interesting five days or we can say it has been a very interesting week whereby there’s a transition,” Maduka told the club’s media department.
“And remember wherever there’s transition there will be challenges here and there, but, we were welcomed here.
“If you come to the village here where the team trains and you see the way things are done here, it’s professional.
“You cannot even believe that it’s a team that was playing in the NFD, well organized and psycholigically part of it you can see the players are getting better and better.
“We know it’s not easy, but we know we’ll get there and, also we want to be very thankful to our chairlady, who welcomes us here. And we are happy to be here.”
They begin their campaign in the top flight against Swallows on Sunday.