- Pitso Mosimane continues to live rent-free inside the heads of Al Ahly's players who wanted him gone from the club
- This time, it was the turn of Red Devils and Egypt national team goalkeeper Ahmed Schubert to aim fire at Mosimane
- Schubert blamed the revered South African coach for the club's current downward slide in fortunes
Pitso Mosimane's toxic association with Al Ahly won't end anytime soon.
His rocky relationship with some of the club's legends has continued. The next former player to take a cheap shot at the South African was former Red Devils and Egypt national team goalkeeper Ahmed Schubert.
Schubert audaciously blamed Mosimane for the club's current struggles since the latter called it quits in June.
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"There is an agreement between Al Ahly elements that the former coach, Mosimane, was the cause of the physical decline in performance and technical condition in the last period due to the long periods of rest obtained by the players.
"After cancelling Al Ahly's external camp at the time, the Swiss Marcel Koehler decided to implement the full-day system in the day's training. What Motsimane did by giving the players long breaks also affected the players of the red team during the presence of the Portuguese Ricardo Suarez, as he stumbled in finding solutions to the players' stress, and the players' lack of strong physical readiness."
Pitso Mosimane responds to fans who say he "must let Al Ahly go"
Some observers in local football believe that Pitso Mosimane must sever ties completely with Al Ahly.
His departure from the club in June was as controversial as it was unceremonious. Since then, many South Africans on social media have taken pleasure in any misfortune that has befallen Egypt's biggest club.
However, this has taken an absurd turn because of what Mosimane recently did. According to TimesLIVE, the 57-year-old paid tribute to the retiring Walid Soliman, who played a key role during Mosimane's short but successful stint in Cairo.