Pitso Mosimane and Mngqithi Manqoba has been nominated for the 2021 International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) Manager of the Year Award.
The position had become available in September when Cavin Johnson left his role as Mosimane's right-hand man in the Egyptian Premier League to return to South Africa.
Mokoena worth more than dt a Middlefield who has eye for goal who can defend who can assist lk Mokoena we don't have many of D's quality in South Africa D's boy got a big heart he will go places he must not join South African team he just go to Germany or holland.
Honestly speaking, you are lazy and parasite. You get paid for doing nothing. You are earning recognition for work you were not part of. Others sweat, get kicked for more than 90minutes, at the end of day, glory goes to you.
Last season it was 50th birthday cake. Last week it was his birthday cake, this week it's retirement of a jersey number. We'll done, Daddy!!
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