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Pitso Mosimane Could Be On His Way Out Of Al Ahly

Egyptian Premier League giants Al Ahly will soon be in the market in the search of a new coach after reports emerged that Pitso Mosimane is on his way out of the club.

Mosimane recently suffered second defeat in Egyptian football when the Red Eagles lost 1-0 to Ghazl El-Mahalla.

The loss prompted management to summon the technical bench to a meeting, an action that made many football analysts to believe the coach is willing to resign from his position.

Apart from the results,it is believed that Mosimane’s decisions regarding certain players have caused tensions behind the scenes.

In the recent days, Al Ahly legends have been vocal with most recent comments coming on Saturday from ex-Egyptian Football Association board member Mohamed Fadl.

“Pitso Mosimane is a lucky coach and is good during big games only,” Mohamed Fadl said as quoted by KingFut.

“People remember Al Ahly’s performance during the René Weiler era and the achievements of Manuel José only. Mosimane doesn’t yet know the potential of coaching Al Ahly.

“Mosimane’s management of the games is poor. We saw Ghazl El-Mahalla and Al Masry completely dominating their matches against Al Ahly.

“Pitso Mosimane will not continue with Al Ahly and the club will search for a new coach. It’s not information I know, but rather an expectation.

“Mosimane is not a coach for a team of the size of Al Ahly. They deserve a better coach than him,” he added.

The South African coach has three difficult fixtures coming up in the next few weeks both in the league and the CAF Champions League.

The next league opponents are bitter rivals Zamalek on Monday 10 May in what could be an early title decider.

Four days later on the 14th of May, Al Ahly host Sundowns in the CAF Champions League before traveling to face them a week later on 21 May.

Mosimane’s Club of the Century are currently four points behind league leaders Zamalek but hold two games in hand over their fierce rivals.

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