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Pitso Mosimane Opens Up on Coaching Plans: Will He Make Comeback in South African Football?
- Pitso Mosimane responds to whether he would consider returning to the PSL
- The former Al Ahly coach has been coaching outside South Africa since 2020
- The outspoken manager is without a job after leaving Al Wahda
Former Mamelodi Sundowns manager Pitso Mosimane has addressed questions about considering a return to South Africa as he is currently without a job.
Mosimane left the Premier Soccer League in 2020 and has coached in Africa and Asia.
The South African tactician's last job was with United Arab Emirates side Al Wahda, but he parted ways with them earlier this month.
Mosimane, during an exclusive with the South African journalists, claimed returning to local football is not solely up to him to decide, according to a report by FARPost.
The former Supersport United boss admitted that he would have to table the request with his team to see if they find the local project interesting.
"It is not just about me alone, the team that I have, they are people that have been working with me for 11 years," he said.
"You must understand when people have decided to go with you for that long. You cannot make that decision by yourself alone because this is my A-team.
"With this team, I function. I do not have to tell who is doing the match analysis, who is checking the opposition, who is checking the matches we have played.
"We are professionals and I am led by the them. If the guys say yes it is home, there are a few boxes that need to be ticked. Then it is home."
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The former Mamelodi Sundowns mentor has been without a coaching job since parting ways with United Arab Emirates side Al Wahda.
According to a report by iDiskiTimes, the former Al Ahly coach, during an exclusive interview with South African journalists, claimed he is not in a rush to get back into the dugout.