Sundowns’ Pitso Mosimane questions plot against him following Golden Arrows clash in Nedbank Cup


Sundowns’ Pitso Mosimane questions plot against him following Golden Arrows clash in Nedbank Cup

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane believes he is being targeted by certain officials from opposition clubs.

This comes after Mosimane was involved in an altercation with Golden Arrows manager Gordon Masondo during a Nedbank Cup last-16 tie at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Saturday, a week after he clashed with the Kaizer Chiefs camp in a league match at FNB Stadium.

‘Jingles’ said: “You saw what happened against Chiefs. You saw what happened, the manager of Arrows right in my technical area.

“Maybe there is a plot against me, I don’t know. People are putting their people to come at me. I feel unprotected. When I react I am a loose cannon or I am not thinking. That’s my life, that’s my story in the PSL and who cares about me. People are coming to me. You saw at FNB, you saw tonight, Masondo came to our technical area to cause problems.”

Mosimane continues: “The coach can come and he came and there are no issues. Steve [Chiefs coach Komphela] came and shook hands but just immediately after that there are things happening. But it’s okay. But I understand and I know why, because we are Sundowns, because we are a good team. We are a big team, everybody has to do everything and everything and who is the person easiest to target? You can’t target the players, you have to target the one leading the team and it’s me. It’s okay, it’s part of life. I am going through this, it’s in my history, it’s in my books, I have to go through this.”

Source : kickoff

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PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA – APRIL 08: Pitso Mosimane during the Nedbank Cup, Last 16 match between Mamelodi Sundowns and Golden Arrows at Lucas Moripe Stadium on April 08, 2017 in Pretoria, South Africa. (Photo by Lefty Shivambu/Gallo Images)

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