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'Kaizer Chiefs Must Hire Pitso Mosimane by All Means': Brian Baloyi and Junior Khanye
- Brian Baloyi believes money should be no excuse when attempting to land Pitso Mosimane
- Junior Khanye has dismissed going after a foreign coach when the South African is available
- Mosimane has been a free agent since leaving Al Wahda just before the international break
Champions allow no distractions in attaining the number one prize.
Kaizer Chiefs analysts have spoken about the importance of landing Pitso Mosimane, saying financial outlay and competing candidates should not be considerations.
The South African football fraternity still has their fingers crossed that the South African coach will make a blockbuster return to his homeland.
Former goalkeeper, Brain Baloyi has told the Amakhosi leadership to get out the chequebook, while Junior Khanye believes they should not settle for second-best.
Speaking to the Business Day, Baloyi said:
"If you want to make a statement and show that you’re serious about rebuilding the team, then go and get Pitso. Break the bank for him."
Motivational speaker, Khanye has for several seasons been calling on Chiefs to bring Mosimane back to his homeland.
Chiefs have been linked with Brazilian, Alexandre Gallo and SoccerLaduma quoted Khanye as questioning why they would look outside the borders when Mosimane is available.
However, Mosimane may be in no rush and could wait for an employer that matches his ambitions or that can make his dream move to Europe happen.
Baloyi has urged patience, however, saying that Chiefs have a capable incumbent who navigates the coming obstacle, including a tricky transfer window.
"Either you let Johnson finish the season and appoint someone at the end, or you get them in for the January break. Don’t sign anyone in January if you don’t have a coach."
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Once the international break concludes, Chiefs will have four league matches to conclude the year, before a six-week break due to the Africa Cup of Nations.
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Where will Mosimane land?
Prior to leaving Al Wahda, Sports Brief compiled a list of possible destinations for Pitso Mosimane.
He has long sought a coaching role in Europe but believes big clubs are reluctant to hire Africans.
Kaizer Chiefs fans are hoping they will win the race so that 'Jingles' can bring back the glory days.