PICS! Pitso Mosimane Takes Us Back To His Playing Days

The name Pitso Mosimane is on everyone’s lips these days after he parted ways with Al Ahly on Monday. Football fans are wondering where his next move will be because he wouldn’t leave the Egyptian giants if he didn’t have an offer.

In his playing days, Mosimane spent six years in Greece playing for Ionikos and seems to be missing those times. He recently took to social media to remind us what he looked like as a player.

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Jingles, as he’s affectionately known became a household name in Greece and in 34 games he played for the Super League Greece outfit. He only found the back of the net five times and he wasn’t a striker, he was just a midfielder.


With former Mamelodi Sundowns mentor back in the market, surely there are many options on the table. This is because of a decorated CV and arguably being the best coach in the continent. Proving many wrong in Egypt by winning the CAF Champions League twice and finishing third in the FIFA Club World Cup two times is enough for anyone to have trust in him.

Meanwhile, Mosimane’sagent Moira Tlhagale who’s his wife revealed to TimesLive that Jingles and his technical team are not short of options. Some clubs locally and internationally have enquired about him.

“Yesterday [Monday] I got a lot of calls from different international and domestic [SA] clubs that are interested in coach Pitso Mosimane but it’s important to clarify on the record that we have not signed anything with anyone,” she said.

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“Interest is both international and domestic with three local SA teams that want the services of the coach.

“We have not gone into too much detail with anyone in terms of negotiations. Some of the teams that called wanted to confirm if he has signed with anyone already.

“This is because there have been reports in the media saying that he has been linked or signed with certain clubs but that is not correct at all.”

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