- Renowned South African soccer manager Pitso Mosimane has taken to Twitter to ask God for help
- Mosimane added an image of himself holding the CAF Champions League trophy with the caption pleading to God
- Mosimane recently transferred to Egyptian club Al Ahly and judging from the replies under his tweet, they are supporting him all the way
South African soccer manager Pitso Mosimane has asked God for help. Mosimane recently signed with the Egyptian team, Al Ahly. Now he shared an image of himself holding the CAF Champions League trophy with the caption: "Please God help me."
Judging from the caption and image, Mosimane is asking God to help him guide Al Ahly to win their ninth CAF Champions League title. The team is currently the most successful club in terms of CAF Champions League, having won eight titles so far.
Mosimane's tweet was met with love and positivity. Al Ahly's official Twitter responded to his tweet with: "Together we can do it." Tweeps have also responded to the 56-year-old's tweet with support.
Take a look at Mosimane's tweet below:
This was Al Ahly's response:
Here's what some tweeps had to say:
"You stand a great chance of lifting the trophy once again and becoming the first SA-born coach to do so... Your name shall be written in the history books."
"Mr Pitso don't worry, we all trust you that you can do it again, you are the coach of the greatest club in the world and there are millions of people are supporting you, so you can do it."
"Amen!!! It's yours again Coach. You have been doing this, keep going!!!"
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported on Cavin Johnson being unveiled as Mosimane's assistant coach. Pitso Mosimane has added the final addition to his technical team - Cavin Johnson. The 61-year-old is set to join Mosimane as Al Ahly's new assistant coach.
Mosimane released an official statement on Monday, confirming Johnson's recruitment. Part of his message read:
"It gives me pleasure to announce that coach Cavin Johnson has agreed to join me as an assistant coach at Al Ahly. This completes the technical team I bring with me to the Red Devils after fitness trainer Kabelo Rangoaga and performance analyst Musi Matlaba."
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