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RIP: "I Miss You My Big Brother", Pitso Mosimane Sends A Touching Message

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There is nothing painful and touching such as losing a loved one no matter how old they were.

Some people also lose very important people in their lives such as friends who opened doors of success for them.

It seems like Pitso Mosimane is one of those people.

Pitso Mosimane has shared a very touching message online as he remembers his late friend who opened doors for him.

Many football supporters have also mentioned on social media that they all loved Thomas and they will forever respect the craft that he brought to the PSL.

Other people have also mentioned the bond that these two South African football legends had and most people actually thought that they are from the same family.

May the soul of Thomas continue resting in peace.

Related news:

How are things looking like in Egypt for Pisto Mosimane this season? Is he slowly losing his right track with the club?

Well, things are getting bitter for Pitso Mosimane in Egypt and it seems like Al Ahly is really losing the right track.

Al Ahly played a 1 all draw in the CAF Champions League second preliminary round and the team still stand a very good chance of winning the game at home.

The only sad thing about Pisto Mosimane is the fact that he already had a little fallout with the management of the club this season.

This means that the team might be already psychologically not fit for any game and this will have a lot of impact going forward.

Opinion:

It seems like Pisto Mosimane is expected to win every game and every trophy in Egypt which is practically not doable.

This is football, even big teams in England and Spain sometimes have very poor results.

Share your thoughts below!



Source: https://twitter.com/TheRealPitso/status/1450173041779134467/photo/3

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