Former Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly SC head coach Pitso Moismane feels that Orlando Pirates does not get respect they deserve here in South Africa.
According to The South African, Pitso Mosimane has called the people of Mzansi to show more respect to the Soweto giants for what they have achieved.
When speaking with the media, Pitso Mosimane recalled on the journey of the Sea robbers in the CAF competition.
He did stated that the Buccaneers have done extremely well in the continental competitions.
The former Mamelodi Sundowns coach revealed that the club has been participating in the CAF competition all these years.
Furthermore, they made sure South African teams get four spots in the continental competitions (two spots in the Caf Champions League and also two spots in the Caf Confederation Cup).
Pitso Mosimane stated that nobody gives credit to the Soweto giants for that.
Despite getting all the praise from Pitso Mosimane, Orlando Pirates failed to qualify to participate in the continental competition next season.
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