- MT Sports Marketing and Management have been teasing a huge announcement for the past few days with regards to Pitso Mosimane
- Pitso Mosimane and his agency have announced the impending launch of the Pitso Mosimane Soccer Schools in the country
- The Pitso Mosimane Soccer Schools will help shape the future generations of South African footballers
Pitso Mosimane is looking to change the future of South African football.
Africa’s most successful coach, together with his agency MT Sports Marketing and Management, made a huge announcement today which will see Pitso leave a lasting legacy in local soccer.
The agency has been teasing a huge announcement for the past couple of days and finally unveiled the news. MT Sports Marketing and Management took to their official Twitter account to announce the launch of the Pitso Mosimane Soccer Schools later this year.
“The Pitso Mosimane Soccer Schools are part of Coach Pitso’s legacy of not only creating the player of tomorrow but also ensuring that he contributes towards football in South Africa for it to go back to the level of excellence that we know it to be, and most importantly reaching new heights,” a part of the statement read.
Soccer Laduma confirmed that the aim was to develop a football programme that grows a player both on and off the field. Those attending the school will be balanced academically, socially, and technically.
With Mosimane’s vast experience gathered over the years, Jingles is now trying to help grow the stars of tomorrow with the launch of his soccer schools.
Al Ahly claim bronze in FIFA Club World Cup, Pitso Mosimane receives award from the South African government
Pitso Mosimane’s Al Alhy side claimed their second consecutive bronze medal at the FIFA Club World Cup and the South African government has now taken notice of Pitso's achievments, Sports Brief earlier reported.
Mosimane continues to show why he’s the greatest coach South Africa has ever produced and as he led the Egyptian club to another achievement. Pitso’s performances with Al Ahly have caught the eye of numerous clubs and national teams who chased his signature and it earned Pitso a new contract offer from Al Ahly.
But the South African government has also sat up and taken notice of Pitso’s achievements. The Department of International Relations and Cooperation awarded Pitso with a special Sports Diplomacy award at the Ubuntu Awards.