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Pitso Mosimane Pens A Heartfelt Post To Manchester United Star

Pitso Mosimane is arguably South African football's biggest export at the moment. He has managed to fly the flag high in Egypt with Al Ahly winning 2 CAF Champions League trophies consecutively and break the record. He has evolved into a cultural and probably the most respected figure in the space. Things have looking Rocky in terms of his future with Al Ahly, however he won't certainly won't struggle finding another job should the reports turn out to be the case.

Jingles has extended further beyond the African continent in terms of recognition turning into a global icon. He is one of the most recognizable black coached in the world. He has a good relationship with many players and is one who doesn't shy away from expressing his opinion whether it is good or bad.

Pitso Mosimane took to social media to share a heartfelt post to Manchester United and England international Marcus Rashford. The star recently honored with a doctorate from the University of Manchester and Jingles was very impressed and inspired by this move. He was awarded an honorary doctorate for his contribution to fighting child and encouraging literacy all around the word more especially in struggling communities.

Dr ⁦@MarcusRashfordMBE, what an inspirational story. Yes ,it is possible.A true role model, especially to those who come from humble beginnings. Bravo

Marcus Rashford was given the opportunity back in July, however due to the pandemic he finally for the opportunity to have a formal ceremony. This is a high honor and there's no doubt that he deserves it for his philanthropic work and selfless personality.

Pitso Mosimane has a bright future ahead of him as he substantially increased his reputation with his time at Al Ahly. Reports have been suggesting that he might not finish the season in Egypt, however he is said to have offers lined up from countries like Qatar and it is only a matter of weighing his options. He has been steadily breaking the boundaries and theories relating to black coaches more especially from Africa in world football.

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