“But in the following season when we needed to make additions to the team, it never happened. I can’t speak on behalf of the directors of the club of what they are thinking but I can only state my confusion of what is really needed to be a top team if that’s what you achieve and you still get fired. Is that (what we achieved) not what the teams are looking for?” he questioned.
“To be competing and winning things, from being a relegation candidate team for many years and when the fans finally get to enjoy, be proud of the team.
“To be let go because of not bad results, not football, it’s a confusing thing for me.”
Josephs is currently part of a four-day Fifa goalkeeping course conducted by Fifa instructor Alex Heredia at the Safa technical centre in Fun Valley, Johannesburg.
“This is a chance to get to spend time with my family a little bit because you must remember the year has been busy for us, travelling to Africa and stuff like that. I will just relax and do a few courses here and there until something comes up,” Josephs said.
On Thursday, Usuthu announced the signing of former Pirates player Gabadinho Mhango, Dumisani Zuma, who was released by Kaizer Chiefs, and four other players.
The other players are Thendo Mukumela, Veluyeke Zulu, Riaan Hanamub, and Augustine Kwem.
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