- Pitso Mosimane has taken jabs at the Kaizer Chiefs again
- The Mamelodi Sundowns coach used tertiary terminology to shade the Amakhosi side
- He said his team was like a student with 10 subjects where the Chiefs only have three
Pitso Mosimane has found a new way to say his team is better than the Kaizer Chiefs. The outspoken coach is no stranger to shade-throwing, but this time he compared soccer to a university and the teams to students.
The Sowetan reported Mosimane likened the Chiefs to a student who has only three subjects while his team is a student with 10 modules.
The Brazillians coach said the Kaizer Chiefs had no choice but to win the Absa Premiership.
“It’s like we are at school‚ I am doing ten modules and you are doing three or four. At the end of the year you must pass because you did less modules than me," he was quoted saying.
Mosimane's educational terminology refers to the Chiefs leading in the Premiership with nine points.
"At the end of the year you must pass because you did less modules than me. And remember you have to pass and with distinctions because I am doing ten modules and the amount of time in studying is not the same," he added.
Mosimane has previously thrown shade at the "well-rested" Chiefs. Briefly.co.za reported Mosimane added that "well-rested teams" cannot deem themselves to be in competition with the likes of his Sundowns, who play at least three times a week and travel extensively.
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