Successful Al Ahly Coach Pitso Mosimane Enjoying Himself in Cairo, Shares Pics

Successful Al Ahly Coach Pitso Mosimane Enjoying Himself in Cairo, Shares Pics

- Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has taken to social media once again to brag about his recent success in Egypt as they have lifted the CAF Super Cup

- Mosimane led the Cairo giants, Ahly, to one of the biggest titles in the continent after overcoming RS Berkane last weekend

- The former Mamelodi Sundowns coach is seemingly a happy man at Ahly and football fans have also praised him on social media circles

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Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has shared an image on social media, praising his hard work after bagging another trophy with the North Africans. The former Mamelodi Sundowns coach has led the Red Devils to the CAF Super Cup glory, beating RS Berkane last weekend.

Mosimane has dropped the image on Twitter and his caption is all about hard work as he is seen sitting comfortably in a flight.

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Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane is seemingly enjoying himself in Egypt and has shared a picture on social media. Image: @TheRealPitsoMosimane/AlAhlyEnglish/Twitter
Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane is seemingly enjoying himself in Egypt and has shared a picture on social media. Image: @TheRealPitsoMosimane/AlAhlyEnglish/Twitter
Source: Twitter

The post reads:

“After action comes satisfaction.”

Mosimane is known to be one of the finest coaches to have ever been produced in Mzansi. Just after arriving at Ahly last year, he led the Egyptian Premier League giants to the CAF Champions League triumph.

His achievements come after collecting many trophies with the Brazilians in the Premier Soccer League back home.

Mosimane's fans have reacted

@HouaniEl said:

“Al Ahly fans not yet satisfied coach, we need new heights under your management!! I believe your target shouldn’t be less than 20 cups in different competitions...Welcome to Al Ahly ambition field.”

@AwethyMaqakamba said:

“When you're done there, you must come and coach the biggest team in the Southern Hemisphere.”

@VusiSambo said:

"We are witnessing the rise and rise of a legend here.”

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@_Siphe_Sihle said:

“Mr Mosimane, not all Sundowns supporters are hooligans, some of us love and appreciate the great work you did for our team. We are proud of your success as a coach and we wish u all the best in your current team. Continue flying SA high.”

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@Dominic27i said:

“They said you left Sundowns to Egypt because you were afraid of Gavin Hunt. Those noisemakers mara.”

@Mecoray said:

“I don’t know if I make sense but African trophies are just like high school trophies they’re so ugly man, honestly we need new trophies, nonetheless congratulations Sir Pitso we will meet CAF final.”

Kaizer Chiefs return to winning ways

In other sports stories, Briefly News reported that Wednesdays are not always very exciting, but Chiefs fans were having the time of their lives.

Amakhosi played against the Golden Arrows in the DStv Premiership and they did not disappoint. Things are looking up for Amakhosi after they beat the arrows 3-2.

The hero of the match was Lebogang Manyama, who scored a hat trick and was also responsible for all of the Chiefs goals.

He scored in the 31st, 73rd, 79th minutes of the match while the Arrows out of some stiff resistance and managed to score two goals (Michael Gumede 21’, Erick Mathoho o.g 62’).

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It was unsurprising that Manyama was declared man of the match, he deserved the accolade after his outstanding performance.

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