’I Don’t Show Too Much Respect’

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Sede Junior Dion
Sede Junior Dion

Sede Junior Dion is quickly making a name for himself as one of the notable sharpshooters in the DStv Premiership since his arrival in the country two years ago. Marumo Gallants provided him the platform to launch his Mzansi career, something the burly Ivorian is most grateful for. When coach Romain Folz made the surprise move from the Limpopo-based side to AmaZulu FC, he didn’t hesitate to bring Dion along, and the striker hasn’t disappointed as he’s netted four times for Usuthu. But just what has he made of his time in South Africa so far and what is his biggest strength? With the assistance of an independent translator, Soccer Laduma’s Masebe Qina spoke to the 24-year-old about his switch to KwaZulu-Natal and team progress, including scoring his first goal for his current side against Kaizer Chiefs. Dion also shares his thoughts on Gallants’ CAF Confederation Cup exploits.

Masebe Qina: Welcome to the pages of Soccer Laduma, Sede. How’s life been at AmaZulu FC?

Sede Dion: It’s been good and I have just been trying to work hard and I guess that’s what brought me to AmaZulu in the first place. For me, it is all about hard work and nothing else. Fortunately, I was welcomed well by everyone at the club and they accepted me as one of them in the family. Their warm welcome made it easy for me to adjust to life here and it didn’t take me long to see myself as a member of the family.

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