- South African football fans are calling for Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane to lead Manchester United, who recently fired Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
- Manchester fired the former striker on Sunday following the 4-1 loss at the hands of Watford and Mosimane’s name has been mentioned
- The Red Devils are currently without a coach as they still look to find Solskjaer’s replacement with immediate effect
South African football fans are now calling for Manchester United bosses to give Pitso Mosimane the managerial role. This comes after the Red Devils decided to fire coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over the past weekend.
The English Premier League giants suffered a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Watford and the club’s hierarchy opted against retaining the former striker.
In an immediate response to the news, fans are now urging the Red Devils management to consider Mzansi’s finest coach, who is currently contracted to Al Ahly in Egypt. According to a social media post by @Riccosnow, he argues that Mosimane has been linked with the coaching job at Old Trafford.
Fans want Pitso Mosimane to coach Manchester United
In what is now a trending post on Twitter, fans are now sharing their views as they look at the news linking the former Mamelodi Sundowns boss with one of the top jobs in the world of football.
After four matches into the new season, the Cairo-based side is yet to lose as they top the log table with 12 points from four wins. He said:
“Breaking News: Pitso Mosimane has been linked as the next manager for #ManUtd as talks on Ole being sacked after yet another loss is on everyone's mind. Could he change things around at #MUFC Manchester United?”
The post reads:
“My Captain”: Al Ahly boss Pitso Mosimane pays emotional tribute to Hlompho Kekana
Looking at a previous report, Briefly News posted that former Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has also paid tribute to his former skipper Hlompho Kekana who was released by the club on Thursday.
The club announced that they reached an amicable agreement with the veteran midfielder and he will now look for a new football home. In an emotional message on social media, Mosimane says he enjoyed working with the Zebediela-born star and that he is one of the greatest.
Mosimane is now in charge of Al Ahly and together with ‘KK’, they are credited for leading the Tshwane giants to their first-ever CAF Champions League glory back in 2016 when they downed Zamalek.