Pitso poised to join Kaizer Chiefs: Shocking twist

Pitso poised to join Kaizer Chiefs, a move which seems more likely than ever before. Chiefs management face a pivotal decision that could bring both Mosimane and Percy Tau to Naturena. This twist comes with all sorts of permutations that can shape the history of Amakhosi. 

Mosimane’s contract nears expiry, Chiefs eye opportunity

With Pitso Mosimane’s contract set to expire next month and Cavin Johnson going back to his original role. Kaizer Chiefs have a prime opportunity to secure Mosimane, a long-time target. Despite years of speculation, recent events suggest this transfer might finally come to fruition.

Percy Tau’s condition: Mosimane must lead Chiefs

Percy Tau has expressed a keen interest in joining Kaizer Chiefs if Mosimane takes charge. According to a report by The Citizen, Tau’s move back to South Africa hinges on Mosimane’s appointment as the Glamour Boys’ head coach.

Securing Mosimane and Tau could be a game-changer for Kaizer Chiefs. The pair have previously enjoyed success at Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly. Their reunion at Naturena could usher in a new era of glory for Chiefs.

Pitso poised: Mosimane’s Al Abha faces turmoil

Mosimane’s current team, Al Abha, recently suffered a crushing 5-1 defeat to Al Ahli, putting them at risk of relegation. With his short-term deal ending soon, Mosimane’s departure seems imminent. Especially if Al Abha drops to a lower league, which Pitso won’t enjoy. This situation increases the likelihood of Mosimane seeking new opportunities, potentially with Kaizer Chiefs.

Kaizer Chiefs are gearing up for significant changes. Alongside the potential addition of Mosimane and Tau, the club is planning several marquee signings. With that, six players are expected to leave, paving the way for a fresh start under new leadership.

Pitso poised: Mosimane’s current struggles at Al Abha

Despite a 2-1 victory over Al Khaleej on Thursday, lifting Al Abha out of the relegation zone. The team’s fate still remains uncertain, which is worrying. The win at the Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Stadium was crucial, but inconsistent results have left Mosimane’s squad dependent on other teams’ performances.

With only one match left in the 2023/24 season, Abha must rely on favourable outcomes in other games to secure their position. They face relegated Al-Hazm next, needing a strong finish and hoping rivals Al Riyadh, Al Tai, and Al Akhdoud drop points.

Abha’s defence has been a significant weak point, conceding 29 goals in the last 12 matches. The forward line has also underperformed, scoring only ten goals in the same period. These issues highlight the challenges Mosimane faces as he potentially transitions to a new chapter with Kaizer Chiefs.