AmaZulu have signed a three-year deal with Romain Folz as their head coach, the club confirmed on Friday evening.

Folz, 32, had initially joined the club on a deal until the end of the current campaign after replacing Brandon Truter.

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The Frenchman collected three wins in 13 games since leading Usuthu, drawing eight and only losing two, leading to the club to announce his extension.

“AmaZulu Football Club have signed a 3-year deal with Romain “Fohloza” Folz starting 01 July 2023 and ending 30 June 2026, which marks an extension to his current contract that expires at the end of the season,” the club said via a statement.

President Sandile Zungu added: “We felt it was important to build and put stability into the team with hundred percent support on the Head Coach.

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“Fohloza understands and buys into our vision for 2032. Not only do we believe he will take us there, even our objective of Top 4 finish and qualifying for one of the CAF competitions is very much viable under his guidance.”

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