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Pitso Mosimane Opens Up on Links With Coaching Gig at Kaizer Chiefs
- Pitso Mosimane is unsure whether he will coach Al-Ahli next season but has been linked with other teams already
- Kaizer Chiefs' supporters want the club to sack Arthur Zwane and appoint someone qualified like Pitso Mosimane
- Al Ahli hasn't paid Mosimane since January, and the club are looking to replace him with a more high-profile name
Kaizer Chiefs fans have been given a little bit of hope
Following another disappointing season without a trophy, Amakhosi supporters have been clamouring for a change in the coach, and the club have even been linked with Pitso Mosimane.
The South African tactician is known for being a serial winner, and the Soweto giants’ supporters will be hoping that he can also work his magic for them.
The 58-year-old has now also mentioned Chiefs when discussing his future, commenting on the links between him and the club, IOL reported.
“I’ll ask my agent, but he has never told me anything about Kaizer Chief.
“Anything is possible. I like projects, so if someone gives me a project and has a vision, I also have my say on how things can go from step one, two, and three,” he explained.
Mosimane’s time at Al-Ahli
The former Mamelodi Sundowns coach oversees Al-Ahli Saudi in Saudi Arabia and has already won the Yelo League title with the side. They have also been promoted back to the Saudi Pro League.
Despite his success with the team, Al-Ahli’s president confirmed that his future at the club wasn’t certain, Goal reported.
Mosimane reiterated his desire to stay with the side and lead them in the Pro League. The club wants a more experienced manager as they prepare to return to the big league.
Pitso hasn't been paid
Pitso Mosimane is not having the best of times in Saudi Arabia.
The South African tactician has enjoyed success at the club in the league, but things haven’t been the easiest off the field, Sports Brief reported.
Pitso's job is not guaranteed for next season as the club looks to replace him, and Jingles also recently revealed that he and his team had not been paid a salary since January.