Pitso Mosimane coach

Zamalek could beat Kaizer Chiefs to Pitso Mosimane. Image: Mamelodi Sundowns website

Pitso Mosimane REVEALS where he might coach next

Although Pitso Mosimane won’t be Kaizer Chiefs coach next season, the 59-year-old hinted where he might be going next.

Pitso Mosimane coach

Zamalek could beat Kaizer Chiefs to Pitso Mosimane. Image: Mamelodi Sundowns website

Former Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says he would like to return to the Saudi Pro League.

The 59-year-old mentor was linked with the Kaizer Chiefs job in recent months but Tunisian coach Nasreddine Nabi took over. Mosimane is back on the market having left Abha Club last month.

Speaking to iDiski Times, Pitso Mosimane said he would love to coach in Saudi again.

“Next at my age, it’s no longer about trying to win the DStv Premiership five times in a row. I have done that. What else do I want to do here? To prove what?,” he told the publication.

“I have always liked to be curious, I’ve always jumped. So I needed to know what North Africa was about, so I went to North Africa. I went to the Gulf in Saudi, Emirates, back to Saudi. Maybe Qatar? Maybe Saudi again?

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“If you asked me and I had a choice, Saudi again. That’s big football, you’re up against Sadio Mane, and Yannick Carrasco, there are top players there. And they bring top coaches, and personnel,” he said this week.

“The whole AFCON, Seko Fofana, they are all there in Saudi. Koulibaly, they are all there. Fashion Sakala of Zambia is there, what a player. That’s the league, to be honest, it’s where the World Cup is going and many more players are coming.”

Jingles to return to the Saudi Pro League soon?

As a coach, Pitso Mosimane has won three CAF Champions League titles with two different teams. He is one of the highest-paid coaches in the continent having won close to 20 trophies in his coaching career. Egyptian giants Zamalek were reportedly interested in bringing Mosimane in as coach in the past weeks but it seems unlikely if Pitso will return to Egypt.