The head coach of Al Ahly Pitso Mosimane has made a bold statement about Rulani Mokwena and Mokwena responds to the claim.
The two worked together at Mamelodi Sundowns in the past seasons before Mosimane moved to seek for greener pastures in Egypt last year.
The two have met on opposite ends when Al Ahly faced Sundowns in CAF champions League last season but remained fond of each other.
Mokwena recently revealed how much he learned from Mosimane as his assistant coach at Downs.
The Al Ahly mentor took to his social media account to state that Mokwena will be a better coach than him one day.
Mosimane said he promoted Mokwena from Sundowns' under-19 because he saw a huge potential in him.
Mokwena responded to Mosimane's Tweet with claims that he will always be grateful to Mosimane for the opportunity he gave him.
However Mokwena does not believe that he can ever be greater than Mosimane even if he lived 500 lives.
He added that the hard work of Mosimane has made him leap years ahead of his generation.
"I’ll forever be grateful for the opportunity you gave me," concluded Mokwena.
Source: iDiski Times
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