- Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has shared a beautiful image of his family dressed in full club colours, saying he thanks them for the support
- Mosimane’s family shared a message of encouragement just before the Ahly match against Mamelodi Sundowns in Cairo on Saturday night
- While many of his followers liked the image, some have reminded the Ahly coach, Mosimane, that the job against Sundowns is unfinished
Fresh from a 2-0 win over his former team, Mamelodi Sundowns, on Saturday night, Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has paid tribute to his family. 'Jingles’ took to his official Twitter account to thank his family for their support, saying he is blessed to have them.
In a picture posted on social media, the Red Devils boss’ family members are seen dressed in the red and white colours of the Egyptian giants.
The five-time Premier Soccer League winner’s followers have also joined him as they shared their thoughts but some have reminded the coach of the unfinished task against Masandawana.
In an initial post by @Lelentlekm, the kids, dressed in full Ahly colours, said they would like to wish the coach and his team the best of luck ahead of the clash against the South Africans. The post reads:
“The Mosimanes would like to wish @TheRealPitso and @AlAhly all the best for today’s game. We stand behind you all the way from South Africa.”
“Please, focus on the team, tactics, and fast playing as we are Al Ahly supporters don't like the way you play even this tasteless winning. Thanks in advance for your understanding.”
“Sundowns will humble you this coming weekend, you will swallow your words, you say we play beautiful football but we not scoring goals, I think that's dangerous and you will regret, see you in Pretoria.”
“You have a beautiful family coach!!!! Congratulations on the win. It's over, they are not coming back those ones.”
“We are all your family. We are all supportive of you in Egypt.”
“Manager Pitso, we love and trust in you, we knew you doing your best for the team and make fans happy, you working and the team is in a very compact schedule and doing well, all the best coach.”
Briefly News also reported that former Sundowns midfielder Roger Feutmba predicted a win for coach Manqoba Mngqithi’s side.
Feutmba said coach Mngqithi’s troops had the advantage over their hosts because there were no fans allowed into the venue.
Secondly, ‘The General’ said Sundowns are aware of former coach Mosimane’s tactical planning and approach.
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Source: Briefly News