- South African coach Pitso Mosimane has showed he has great knowledge of Ghanaian football following his reply to a fan on Twitter
- The former Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly coach has described the famous Baba Yara Stadium as a slaughter house
- Mosimane in the past worked with Ghanaian players Stephen Oduro and Rashid Sumaila during his time in the South African League
Pitso Mosimane believes famous Ghanaian stadium, the Baba Yara in the Ashanti Region, is a slaughter house.
The Baba Yara Stadium is home to the most successful Ghanaian club, Asante Kotoko, and was in the past a dreaded and feared grounds for visitors.
Mosimane, who was reacting to a fan's request for him to join Asante Kotoko, shared his relationship with the club, having signed two players from the Porcupine Warriors.
"Baba Yara Stadium in Ashanti Region, slaughter house! That’s where I bought the magician Steven Odoro and hard tackler Rashid Soumaila." replied Mosimane on Twitter to Empire Genlord.
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Pitso Mosimane is currently unattached after leaving Egyptian giants Al Ahly in June 2022.
Meanwhile, Asante Kotoko are unsure about the future of Dr Prosper Ogum at the club following his reports of his resignation from the Kumasi-based outfit.
Mosimane had a successful stint with Al Ahly, reaching three CAF Champions League finals and winning two in his first two seasons.
Asante Kotoko will represent Ghana in the CAF Champions League this season.
Pisto Mosimane reveals how Bernard Morrison gave him goosebumps
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Pitso Mosimane has revealed that he was humbled the Ghanaian forward Bernard Morrison's gesture to him following his arrival in Tanzania.
The former Al Ahly coach was invited by Young Africans for their media day ahead of the new campaign.
Morrison, who rejoined the club this summer, during his introduction to the fans warmly welcome Mosimane who was in the stands.
Al Ahly president reveals there was campaign to get Mosimane out
It was suspected all along, but now the truth is unofficially out in the open.
Pitso Mosimane's shocking resignation as Al Ahly coach could have come as the result of a campaign to see him forced out of the club, according to the club's president Mahmoud Al Khatib.
Last month, TimesLIVE reported that many Al Ahly fans were clamouring for the South African's presence in the dugout following the Red Devils' disastrous 2-0 Egypt Cup final loss to arch-rivals Zamalek.
Source: Sports Brief News