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Pitso Mosimane Appointed Manager of New Team After Leaving Al Ahli Saudi
Pitso Mosimane has been officially appointed as the new manager of Al Wahda FC in the United Arab Emirates
Mosimane was in charge of Al-Ahli Saudi in Saudi Arabia but terminated his contract after one season
Kaizer Chiefs' supporters were hoping that their side would sign Mosimane once he became a free agent
It hasn’t taken Pitso Mosimane long to find a new job.
The South African coach recently parted ways with Al-Ahli Saudi in Saudi Arabia and has already found a new home in the Middle East.
As noted by Soccer Laduma, Mosimane has been appointed as the new head coach of Al Wahda FC. The side, which finished third in the UAE Pro League last season, confirmed the signing via social media.
Al Wahda was founded in 2013 under the directive of His Highness Sheikh Theyab Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Mosimane’s troubles in Saudi Arabia
Mosimane’s future was in the air recently after he announced that he would leave Al-Ahli.
Mosimane led the side to the Yelo League title and promotion to the Saudi Pro League. Despite his success, the club wanted to replace the South African with a more high-profile manager.
The former Mamelodi Sundowns manager also claimed that he and his technical team weren’t paid a salary for a few months.
Mosimane was then linked with a move back to South Africa, with Kaizer Chiefs fans clamouring for his signature, but he has now opted to head to the UAE.
Mourinho could replace Mosimane
Al-Ahli Saudi are on a quest to appoint a new high-profile manager ahead of next season, Sports Brief previously reported.
Mosimane currently manages the Saudi Arabian side, but the club have not hidden their ambitions of wanting to replace him.
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Pitso hasn't been paid
Pitso Mosimane could have had better 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 previously.
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 yet to be paid a salary since January.