South Africa’s Pitso Mosimane has hinted at where he is likely to move after his work is done at Al Ahly. Arab region clubs need to see this report.
PITSO MOSIMANE FORGETS EUROPE DREAM
Firstly the sad news, the Kagiso-born coach has all but given up on his dream to coach in Europe. Despite winning three CAF Champions League titles and a string of domestic championships at Mamelodi Sundowns, Pitso Mosimane said coaching in Europe is not possible.
“Those are fairytale stories that will never happen,” Pitso Mosimane said via Soccer Laduma.
“I know for a fact that it will never happen but in life, never say never. I was speaking to Dwight Yorke one time where we worked at the World Cup alongside Owen Hargreaves, Jay-Jay Okocha and all these pundits.
“And Dwight said to me forget about Europe. If we scored goals in the Champions League and created so much history at Manchester United, we have UEFA badges that we obtained, and you will never get it,” Mosimane added.
“Are you telling me that of all the black coaches in Europe, nobody can coach? Are you serious, I mean really?”
“JINGLES” SHOWS INTEREST IN THE GULF REGION
So, where to after Egypt? The 56-year-old coach revealed that the wealthy Arab regions of Saudi-Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Kuwait are good opportunities to make his name in the future.
“So, “Ke sharp ka Europe bafowethu [I’m fine with not going to Europe], let me stay on the continent and probably the Gulf [region] because there is also an opportunity, at least our footprint is in the Gulf,” the former Bafana midfielder added.