Pitso Mosimane refused to apologise after meeting Patrice Motsepe
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Pitso Mosimane refused to apologise after meeting Patrice Motsepe. Pitso Mosimane said he would rather be jobless than to be disrespected.

Pitso Mosimane refused to apologise after meeting Patrice Motsepe

“Mosimane was instructed to apologise to the team and the supporters for his remarks which were seen as disrespectful and harmful to the Sundowns brand,” said our deep throat.

“However, he refused to apologise after meeting Motsepe on the eve of his departure, saying he’d rather resign because Chloorkop was too toxic.

”He said he told Motsepe that he would rather be jobless than to be disrespected by Moela and Lekuma.

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“The zoom meetings were minuted and sent to the president who read them and got the gist of what transpired in the meeting but nothing happened to discipline these boys,” said the source.

“When the Egypt offer came, he accepted and left.”

“The contract with Mr Pitso Mosimane, South African head coach of the first team, is effective as of tomorrow, Friday 2 October 2020, for a period of two seasons,” Al Ahly statement read.

“He will be joined with his assistants, which includes a general coach, a physical trainer and a performance analyst. Also joining is Belgian Michel Yancon as goalkeeping coach, who has been retained, and Sayed Abdel Hafeez as director of football.”

Manqoba and Rhulani have been with Mamelodi Sundowns for many years and were part of the Technical Team that were crowned Champions of Africa in 2016 and have also won the Premier Soccer League and other titles in South Africa,” Motsepe said.

“The board of Mamelodi Sundowns was particularly keen to appoint South African coaches and express its commitment and confidence in the talent and ability of our local coaches,” he added. “Manqoba, Rhulani and the Technical Team at Sundowns will focus on defending the PSL and the other titles that we won during our historic 50-year anniversary.

“They will also advance and continue with the objective that we stated in 2004, which is to make Mamelodi Sundowns one of the best clubs on the African continent.”

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