- Pitso Mosimane recently took some time to congratulate Bongani Zungu on signing with Rangers Football Club
- Taking to Twitter, Mosimane encouraged the young footballer to "stay focused"
- Twitter users joined the now-international coach in congratulating Zungu on his new deal
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Pitso Mosimane has joined thousands of football fans in congratulating Bongani Zungu on signing a deal with his new football team, Rangers FC. In a considerably sweet Twitter post, Pitso encouraged Zungu to keep his eye on the ball and stay focused.
"Top boy! Happy for you. Big club with lots of history. Keep your eyes on the ball, focus," wrote Mosimane in the heartwarming tweet.
Mosimane's message comes after Rangers FC took to their Twitter page with a picture of Zungu to announce the news of his recent signing. Many Twitter users seem equally as impressed as Mosimane, taking to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read some of their thoughts below.
"Thank you for converting him from a 10 to a position that suits him: Zungu is a great passer of the ball and as a six his ball distribution sets him apart."
"Very commendable coach respect your maturity and humanity all the best to Bongani hope your journey leads you to EPL or Laliga where you belong."
"Congrats to Ben 10 can't wait to see him play in Europa League."
While @CraigRamsay said:
"Welcome to the world's most successful football club. The expectations are high, but the rewards even higher."
In more Briefly.co.za soccer news, Orlando Pirates head coach Josef Zinnbauer has shared his thoughts on the way his team performed during yesterday's game against Stellenbosch. Pirates ended the game with a 1-1 draw at the Orlando Stadium match.
Zinnbauer was left unimpressed by the teams' draw, saying that they may need a wake-up call if they wanted to restore their glory. According to Zinnbauer, the team's players went into the game too casually, which is why they were unable to secure a win.
"I think we need a wakeup call. It's not possible to go into a game so casually. This is my meaning. You see what we can do. You see it. And this is the things I don't understand. But we come back," he said according to News24.
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