AL Ahly head coach Pitso Mosimane continues with his impressive work in football, even though his not given his flowers more often. It's clear that Mosimane wants to leave a massive legacy by paving the way numerous stars across South Africa that are barely given a chance to play football. Mosimane has been busy with work in Egypt as he has a difficult task of trying to win the CAF Champions League title. However, he still made sure that he doesn't forget his people back home with his recent project that will change aspiring footballers a golden opportunity to live out their wildest dreams.
Jingles has taken a great step in football development within the country. As he has collaborated with his agent wife Moira Tlhagele to announce the an exciting school that will benefit others called The Pitso Mosimane Soccer Schools (PMSS). The former Mamelodi Sundowns coach has been vocal about the development of young footballees in Mzansi, but he has decided to put actions to his words. “The Pitso Mosimane Soccer Schools (PMSS) are part of Coach Pitso’s legacy of not only creating the player of tomorrow but also ensuring that he contributes towards football in South Africa for it to go back to the level of excellence that we know it to be, and most importantly reaching new heights,” Tlhagale said in a statement.
Jingles is known for his unmatched work ethic and discipline. This project will help players with their on and off-field challenges. Also, just groom the starlets to become bigger and better as footballers. “The aim of the Pitso Mosimane Soccer Schools is to develop a football programme that will have a holistic approach to growing a player both on and off the field,” the statement said.
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