- Pitso Mosimana has shut down rumours that he is leaving Mamelodi Sundowns
- He said he is committed to the team
- He added that any other questions regarding the situation can be directed to his management
Pitso Mosimane has refused to be drawn out on the weekend reports that he could be on his way out of Mamelodi Sundowns.
The four-time Absa Premiership winner was rumoured to be leaving the Mamelodi outfit due to deepening tensions with management. Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane was allegedly considering leaving Sundowns due to deepening tensions in his relationship with the club management.
There have been claims that trouble has been brewing at Chloorkop over the past few years due to issues Mosimane has been unhappy about. According to three officials who did not wish to be named, Mosimane was sick and tired because most of his and his technical team's complaints or concerns were not entertained or resolved.
But when quizzed on the allegations, Mosimane refuted the report. He explained that if he were resigning from the team, then he wouldn't have bothered attending the press conference he was speaking at.
“I’m happy at Sundowns, I’m happy to coach at Sundowns. I want to win the league. I want to give Sundowns the 10th title. I am committed to that"
He added that if anyone has any further questions then they need to address them with Sundowns management.
“My job is to answer to what happens on the pitch. I’m employed for the results, not the politics or other things. I might be affected, I might not be affected. But go to Sundowns.”
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