Ndlazi already hunting experienced players

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The former National Under-23 coach, who was last with Garankuwa United, adds that he is now privileged to be working under a management that is financially sound.

“I am very aware of the challenges that I am facing to turn things around at Aces, but I have sufficient experience of coaching in the First Division so I am very positive that I will succeed here.

“I have only been here for a few days but already the players are responding well, however I feel there is a need to strengthen the squad. I have earmarked about three top, experienced players who are currently playing in the Premiership and the directors have already shown interest in my recommendations.

“It is still too early for me to disclose their names, but there is a very strong possibility of us securing their services. Management has promised to back me all the way and that will make my job much easier,” he adds.