Legendary South African manager Pitso Mosimane has taken on the challenge of managing Africa’s most prestigious club, Al Ahly, with both hands and is set to stay on longer after signing a new contract with the Cairo giants. Mosimane will stay on until 2024 after winning last season’s CAF Champions League and the Egypt Cup on his way to being named African Club Coach of the Year. The 57-year-old followed those achievements up with a CAF Super Cup title and third place at the FIFA Club World Cup.
Mosimane celebrated his new contract by leading Ahly to a convincing 3-0 victory over Pyramids FC on Tuesday, moving the defending African champions into first place in the Egyptian Premier League.
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