The atmosphere was out of this world. When Al Ahly took on Wydad in CAF champions league final match. The fans were quite intimidating towards the opponent. The noise was unbelievable. The stadium was packed. Wydad could have been 2-0 up early in the first half.
Pitso Mosimane is one of the greatest soccer coaches to ever emerge from South African soil. Besides creating a monster of a team in Mamelodi Sundowns, he went on and led Al Ahly to three consecutive finals of the CAF Champions league. He won two out of three finals with Al Ahly , making a name for himself.
Source CAF president Patrice Motsepe has affirmed that two-legged CAF Champions League finals will make a return. The leader of Africa's football administering body declared the choice after questions were raised with respect to Morocco being granted the chance to have the last of the latest release of the Champions League.
Dr Patrice Motsepe is now criticized left and right, by African countries and even by South Africans. Many people are still angry on the venue which Confederation Of African Football choose to be the one hosting the CAF final between, Al Ahly and Wydad which played Yesterday in Morocco.
When "Bafana" took on Morocco it was clear that they did not use the experience they gained against France. They struggle to combine passes in the middle. Broos chopped and changed many players especially at the back. Morroco needed to change their mentality to came back from a 1-0 lead after Bafana's goal.
Pitso Mosimane is widely considered to be one of the best soccer coaches that South Africa has ever produced. In addition to molding Mamelodi Sundowns into a formidable squad, he later guided Al Ahly to three straight finals of the CAF Champions League. Mamelodi Sundowns won all three of those matches.
Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane. Photo: Twitter @AlAhlyEnglish Pitso: I offered my award after CAF Champions League last Pitso Mosimane says he doesn't play for silver subsequent to affirming he offered his decoration in the wake of losing the CAF Champions League last. Pitso Mosimane's Al Ahly disappointingly wrapped as CAF Champions League sprinters up subsequent to losing 2-0 to Wydad Athletic Club in the last played at Mohamed V Stadium on Monday.
It has been confirmed that Pitso Mosimane has left the head coach position at Al Ahly after the to parties reached an agreement. Pitso left the club three months after extending his deal at the club. In March the club gave Pitso a two year extension to his original contract.
Pitso Mosimane took some times to share some words of wisdom. Most of the words he used they were building not only for the football community, but its the kind of wisdom that football fans could also practice in their daily life to achieve their goals in their every day life.
The bad blood between Pitso Mosimane and his former boss at Mamelodi Sundowns Patrice Motsepe, is far from being over after the scenes that played out before and after Mondays CAF champions league final which was held in Morocco. After Motsepe and the Confederation Of African Football(CAF), had announced that the this year's Champions league final would be played at Wydad Casablanca home ground.
Al Ahly Coach Pitso Mosimane Was Not Happy With South African Referee Victor Gomes, See What He Said
Al Ahly failed to defend their CAF champions league trophy after suffering a disappointing 2-0 loss at the hands of Morrocan giants Wydad Casablanca, in a final that was played on Monday in Morocco. Al Ahly were looking to defend their title they won last season after beating Kaizer Chiefs 3-0 but couldn't manage to repeat this feat as Wydad kept them at bay and won their third CAF champions league title having previously won it in 1992, 2017 and now in 2022.
Pitso Mosimane was not happy about the fact that the final was not held at a neutral place, instead it was hosted in Morocco twice in a row. Many thoughts this will give Wydad an unfair advantage. Pitso is not afraid to stand up for himself. He question the timing of the final and when was the decision made.
Mamelodi Sundowns senior coach Steve Komphela has slammed the disrespectful behavior of the Egyptian side Al Ahly. The Pitso Mosimane side lost the finals of the CAF champions League against the Moroccan side Wydad Casablanca on Monday evening. Wydad had a home ground advantage after the game was played in their country.
Al Ahly's loss against Wydad Casablanca in the CAF Champions League final has prompted Pitso Mosimane to declare that the "better team lost." Mosimane's ambitions of becoming the first-ever coach to win three consecutive Champions League titles were crushed on Monday when his Al Ahly team was defeated in Morocco by Wydad Casablanca, courtesy of a brace from Zouhair El Moutaraji.
The head coach of Al Ahly Pitso Mosimane has sent a clear message to the leaders of African football after his side lost the final of CAF champions League. The Egyptian giants were humbled by Wydad Casablanca in the CAF CL final following a 2-0 loss. Wydad however had an advantage going to the finals after their home ground was chosen as the venue where the final was held.
Pitso's relationship with Al Ahly is no longer the same ||• See what an Al Ahly legend told the club
It's time for us to bring Pitso back to his homeland. Here's what an Al Ahly legend told the club about Pitso.will shock you Pitso Mosimane should be fired from Al Ahly, according to an Al Ahly mythology. Following the defeat by Wydad Casablanca, Al Ahly veteran Taha Ismail urged the club's board of directors to fire head coach Pitso Mosimane.
Nobody wants to lose, nobody likes loosing. It's a quite understandable thing. However, the way you react after losing a tie, a game, a fight says a whole lot about who you are and your level of discipline. Following the CAF Champions League Final that was played on the 30th of last month between Moroccan heavyweights, Wydad Casablanca and Al Ahly, the Egyptians who are coached by the highly rated South African tactician, Pitso Mosimane lost the final 2-0 in what was a very painful defeat for Al Ahly.
Football is tough sport, supporters, club owners and sponsors always expect a win at all cost. But you would not think a club would fire a seasoned manager like Pitso especially after his success with the club. The club lost against the Wydad in the CAF Champion's League final.
South African born coach, Pitso Mosimane is one of the African coaches that are making themselves names in African soil by breaking boundaries, and not only boundaries, but also also record. Pitso Mosimane becomes first South African coach to take a Job in Egypt and also becomes successful.
Al Ahly lost with a score of 0:2 to the Moroccan Wydad Casablanca earlier tonight. A very disappointing dent to Pitso Mosimane's CAF Championship final winning streak since he moved from Mamelodi Sundown's to AL Ahly. The CAF president, Awarded Pitso and his highly disappointed team the green so-called losers medals which most of them took off as soon as it was placed around their necks.