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Pitso Mosimane Confirms He Is No Rush and Wants to Enjoy His Christmas Holidays
- Pitso Mosimane held an online meet and greet with the country's football journalists
- Mosimane fielded questions on all aspects of his recent history and future plans
- The popular head coach has stated he is in no rush and has plenty of options
Pitso Mosimane may be looking for that 'Goldilocks' opportunity.
With the attention the coach is currently enjoying, he need not take any position that is too hot or too cold, but the one that feels just right.
The sought-after coach granted an audience to a select group of South Africa's football writers to elaborate on his current circumstances.
A crucial dynamic in the Mosimane equation is that he is a package deal and comes with a non-negotiable additional technical team.
Explaining the need to enter a space where a holistic support structure is valued, iDiskiTimes quoted Mosimane as saying:
“It is important for me to respect those people inside my office. I have generals around me, if there is any movement, there is a bigger discussion. I am the head but I am not the only guy who decides to go."
Enquiries have seemingly come in from the domestic and international front, with SABC Sport relaying his words:
“With the national teams, I don't have a problem to be back in the continent but club-wise in the continent it's not gonna be that easy”
Mosimane has now been unemployed for three weeks after agreeing to leave Al Wahda by what was described as mutual consent.
He is happy to keep the footballing fraternity in a state of suspense, as he plans to prioritise the joys of the festive season. The Citizen concluded:
“It must be a big emergency for me to cancel my holiday and spend Christmas away from home.”
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Where will Pitso Mosimane go next?
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.