- Legendary South African coach Pitso had nothing but praise for Morocco's coach Walid Regraguoif
- This came after the Atlas Lions booked their place in the Round of 16 at the 2022 FIFA World Cup
- Mosimane recently said that his nation was some 20 years behind the North Africans in terms of football development
Respected South African mastermind Pitso Mosimane praised his Moroccan counterpart Walid Regraguoif.
Regraguoif guided the Atlas Lions into the Round of 16 of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which was something that was predicted.
Mosimane, who coaches Al-Ahli Saudi in the Saudi Arabian second division, said in a tweet:
"Top Coach, well done brother. You represent all of us. @WalidRegraguiof"
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Mosimane had said recently when comparing his country to the North Africans, a rising world football power:
“The difference between South Africa and Morocco is big. Morocco have been aggressive in their development, and I have no doubt they will dominate African football soon. They have the biggest vision on the continent, and they take their football very seriously.
“South Africa is 20 years behind. Here at home, we are big on doing talk shows and everyone sounds clever calling and saying ‘we have the infrastructure and all that’. But football is played in the townships, where we have no facilities, and we need government support, Safa can’t do it alone.”
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World Cup 2022: Holland prime minister aims subtle dig at US president Joe Biden after knockout victory
Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of Holland, aimed a subtle jab at the President of the United States of America, Joe Biden after the USA were knocked out of the World Cup.
Joe Biden, the 46th president of the United States, sent a goodwill message to the national team ahead of their all-important round of 16 tie against the Netherlands on Saturday.
Unfortunately for the revered American president, his message proved inconsequential as the Stars and Stripes crashed out of the Mundial on the back of a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Holland.