Briefly.co.za looks back at three of the most memorable television interviews involving PSL coaches this season. All of them had one thing in common.
SuperSport shared an interesting video via Twitter on Tuesday, which reflected on some of the funniest and most interesting post-match interviews this season.
It's been well documented that Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has no love lost when it comes to Kaizer Chiefs.
For some reason, it seems the Amakhosi have got under his skin more so than any other team in recent times.
There were numerous times this season already where the 'Downs mentor bemoaned refereeing decisions that benefited the Glamour Boys.
The moment that seemed to push Mosimane over the edge was when Chiefs were awarded a goal against the Brazilians that he felt should have been ruled out for being offside.
Carol Tshabalala seemingly tried her best to make Mosimane view it objectively, but the tactician was having none of it.
Mosimane famously said, "When it's Kaizer Chiefs, buckle up."
The former Orlando Pirates coach was beside himself following the loss to arch-rivals Kaizer Chiefs.
What sent Mokwena over the edge was the fact that a few of his players were injured and he claimed they were deliberately kicked and punched by the Amakhosi players.
Mokwena said, "I'm extremely disappointed as a football lover that such a great spectacle is ruined by such thuggish behaviour."
Owen Da Gama
The Highlands Park coach famously called for one of the match officials to be sent to jail following his dismal performance.
The outburst occurred after the match between Highlands Park and Orlando Pirates.
Da Gama fumed: “He raised his flag for an offside and when I confronted him, he said it was a mistake. Nnqambiyana, should go to jail."
The common denominator this season has been the poor standard of officiating.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that SAFA and the PSL were under increased pressure and measures were being taken to remedy the situation.
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