The Sundowns coach decided to stay at Mamelodi Sundowns. If some recently doubted a contract extension with a well-known trainer, they no longer have to. Pitso Mosimane confirmed that he will coach the Sundowns team next season. Mamelodi Sundowns have been having problems for a long time due to the lack of important players. That’s one of the reasons they lost some important matches. With a few lost matches, it is unlikely they will reach the Kaizer Chiefs club. Many hope that at the end of the season Sundowns will be able to reach the result of last year.
Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has confirmed that negotiations are underway between him and the club and that he is ready to stay. Mosimane as a coach has had more success so far than any coach who previously coached the Sundowns team. One of the proofs is the CAF Champions League trophy of 2016. One of the reasons it remains is a good relationship with club president Patrice Motsepe.
Pitso Mosimane has a good relationship with players. He admits that he couldn’t get away from the team he has coached for a long time. Pitso admits it would be difficult to separate himself from all those with whom he had spent a lot of time. Because this is not just a job for him. Over time, the team began to look at him as a member of the family. Although he received a rich offer for a club in Qatar, Pitso decided to refuse because to him money is not important. Currently, he only has the goal of helping his team have another successful season with great supabets odds.
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Pitso Mosimane praised the South African Football League as one of the best in Africa. The Sundowns team coach may finally be a little relieved as his team starts winning again. Mamelodi Sundowns recently defeated AmaZulu and team Petro de Luanda. After their recent win over Petro de Luanda, the Sundowns have only received compliments from the Angolans.
Mosimane recently stated that the PSL is stronger than the Angolan League and that therefore makes the South African League among the top four on the continent. The Egyptian, as well as Moroccan league, should not be overlooked. It is these two leagues that are the strongest competitor to South African football clubs. Mamelodi Sundowns will soon play against the Moroccans in the second game during the group stage of the competition hoping for excellent results for soccer 10.