- Egyptian club Al Ahly has confirmed the arrival of Pitso Mosimane, Kabelo Rangoaga and Musi Matlaba
- According to reports, Mosimane had requested three coaches from the Egyptian Premier League champions
- Kabelo and Musi arrived with Mosimane at Cairo this morning ahead of Mosimane's official press conference unveiling
Egyptian club Al Ahly has announced the arrival of Pitso Mosimane through Twitter. Al Ahly have also secured both Kabelo Rangoaga and Musi Matlaba from Mamelodi Sundowns for Pitso Mosimane's technical team.
Rangoaga as their fitness trainer and Matlaba as the club's performance analyst arrived with Mosimane at Cairo this morning. Mosimane will be signing his two-year contract and going to an official press conference unveiling this afternoon.
It's been reported that Mosimane had requested three coaches from the Egyptian Premier League champions. This includes his assistant Rhulani Mokwena. If Mokwena remains unavailable for this role, Sami Komsan will take over.
According to KickOff, Michel Iannacone will keep his role from the previous ruling under Rene Weiler. Take a look at Al Ahly's tweet below:
Here's what some fans had to say:
"Welcome to Egypt. Welcome to Al-Ahly Club. We wish you success with the Red Castle. We support you and we will stand by your side. We wish you success with the Red Genie, the master of suspense in Africa."
"You’re most welcome to your home. Our new boss @TheRealPitso."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Pitso Mosimane is reportedly set to earn R54m a year with Al Ahly. It's been reported that Pitso Mosimane has been offered a salary of around R54 million from Egyptian club, Al Ahly.
Mosimane recently resigned from his position as coach for Mamelodi Sundowns and confirmed his commencement with a new club on 2 October. Although Mosimane did not reveal the name of the club he will begin working for, it is understood that he would be joining Al Ahly.
The 56-year-old won his fifth SA championship through Sundowns last month. It's also been reported that Mosimane is the first black African or non-Egyptian to coach Al Ahly.
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