- Pitso Mosimane has asked for an 'easy' team to face in the last 16 of the Nedbank Cup
- This comes after he previously complained about his squad getting difficult opponents
- He made an appeal to face Amavarara in the next match
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane is appealing to the PSL draw master Luxolo September to give his team Amavarara to face in the last 16 of the Nedbank Cup. The Brazilians qualified for the next stage after beating SuperSport United over the weekend.
ABC Motsepe League side Amavarara have also seen themselves qualify for the round of 16 after beating Super Eagles 2-1 in East London.
Mosimane has used this opportunity to ask for a match against them. Briefly.co.za reported that he had previously complained that Sundowns always seems to get difficult draws in comparison to rivals like Kaizer Chiefs. The Mamelodi Sundowns coach complained after his team got a tough opponent in the Nedbank Cup draws. Mosimane taunted the Amakhosi side, saying "some teams" got easy matches while his team had to face off against SuperSport United.
The coach has asked for a 'small team' to face to give his side a breather. According to KickOff.com, Mosimane said:
"I need Amavarara. Are they through? Can I have them? Can you please give me Amavarara?"
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