Pitso Mosimane Sends Thoughtful Gift to Skepe Matsebane, Mzansi Stans

Pitso Mosimane Sends Thoughtful Gift to Skepe Matsebane, Mzansi Stans

- Al Ahly head coach Pitso Mosimane sent a small yet thoughtful gift to reporter Skepe Matsebane

- Skepe was absolutely thrilled and shared an image of his sweet gift to social media

- South Africans loved the sweet interaction and shared lovely messages in both Skepe's and Pitso's replies section

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South African media personality Skepe Matsebane shared the wonderful gift he received from Al Ahly head coach Pitso Mosimane. Skepe received a gift bag and two Al Ahly jerseys from the famed coach.

He tagged Pitso in a post shared to Twitter, thanking him for the gift and wishing him well in Qatar. Pitso and the Red Devils made their way to Qatar for the FIFA Club World Cup. They're expected to face Al-Duhail on 4 February.

Pitso quote tweeted Skepe's post saying it was his pleasure. SAns enjoyed the sweet interaction and shared their thoughts in Skepe's replies section.

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Pitso Mosimane, what a guy, sends gift, Skepe Matsebane

Al Ahly head coach Pitso Mosimane sent a sweet gift to SA media personality Skepe Matsebane who could not be happier. Image: @SkepeMatsebane / Twitter and Khaled Desouki
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Take a look at Skepe's tweet below:

Below is Pitso's sweet response:

Briefly.co.za compiled just a few of the responses left under Skepe's and Pitso's tweets below:

@Mahmoud75288470 said:

"Pitso is Al Ahly's king now. We all supporting him."

@davuka_sp wrote:

"United Nation of South Africa. Hopefully, you go there to keep us entertained Skepe..."

@mlk_life tweeted:

"Eish, I am interested in this t-shirt ya Mr Pitso."

Briefly.co.za previously reported on coach Pitso after he revealed that his dream is to open a soccer school in Mzansi. The 56-year-old spoke about an academic football school similar to the rugby schools in South Africa instead of owning a club in future.

The former Mamelodi Sundowns coach said he is grateful to Al Ahly as they have allowed him to continue with his school programme back in SA. He wants the academic level of his future soccer school to be high enough that parents want their children to go there.

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He added that if he gets the money to open the school, he'll be waiting to do so. A report by Sunday World stated that Mosimane was speaking to the South African Football Journalists Association adding that the coach said he did not have the money to buy a club.

Soccer Laduma reported that Al Ahly's match against Pyramids ended in a goalless draw on Tuesday evening. The Red Devils are at the top of the Egyptian Premier League log with 21 points.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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