Middendorp’s plan worked, now Maritzburg look to reinforce

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Bandile Shandu of Maritzburg United watches as Lehlohonolo Majoro of AmaZulu falls during the DStv Premiership match at Harry Gwala Stadium on Saturday, where the home team secured complete safety from relegation.
Bandile Shandu of Maritzburg United watches as Lehlohonolo Majoro of AmaZulu falls during the DStv Premiership match at Harry Gwala Stadium on Saturday, where the home team secured complete safety from relegation.

Maritzburg United boss Farook Kadodia has acknowledged the need for serious squad reinforcing for next season and says they will do whatever is possible to avoid having another woeful experience in the DStv Premiership.

Having finished the 2020/21 campaign just above the relegation zone, the Maritzburg chairman and managing director said yesterday that everybody involved with the club were relieved when they sealed their place in the league through Saturday’s goalless draw with AmaZulu on home soil.

But that has to be followed by a process that makes the squad much more competitive for next season, as well as determining the financial requirements.

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