- Pitso Mosimane has won 2020 Most Successful Coach award in Egypt from a hospital bed
- The former Mamelodi Sundowns and now the head coach of Egypt's Al Ahly club has had a fire season
- Among his achievements is winning the CAF championship for the Egyptian outfit for the fist time in seven years
Pitso Mosimane is so quick he's even fast asleep. That's the vibe we get when we heard that the former Mamelodi Sundowns and now the head coach of Egypt's Al Ahly club had bagged the Most Successful Coach award.
He has had a fire season with the Egyptian outfit since joining them and has already raised eyebrows with his stunning performance.
Even in the hospital, he is winning, he tested positive for Covid-19 and spent Christmas in hospital. He had tested positive for the virus last week.
Under Mosimane the Egyptian club has won their first CAF championship in seven years, they won the Egyptian Premier League, Mosimane was a bit late to the party for this one as the club had essentially bagged the cup already.
Cavin Johnson has taken over Mosimane's duties at Al Ahly until the coach gets better.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Pitso Mosimane has headed online to thank his concerned fans for all of their well wishes while he recovers from his Covid-19 diagnoses. Taking to Twitter, Mosimane updated his followers that he had taken x-rays.
He also says that he is waiting to hear from the doctors as to how he should continue treating the signs and symptoms of the virus. He ended off the tweet by saying that by God's will he will be back to normal soon.
"Evening everybody just went for X-rays and will get the advice from the Doctors tomorrow. Thanks for all the good wishes. Inshallah,I will be back soon," he wrote.
In other news, Egypt's Al Ahly have officially confirmed that SA coach Pitso Mosimane has tested positive for the coronavirus.
In a statement issued by the club on Wednesday, the team commented on the situation:
"Al Ahly's head coach Pitso Mosimane tested positive for COVID-19. Mosimane will follow the Ministry of Health’s protocol for COVID-19 and will be self-isolated at home."
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