Mamelodi Sundowns has finally decided to clear the air about its coach contractual employer-employee issues which have been widely reported in the past few weeks.
The current league champions issued a very brief press statement on Monday about Pitso Mosimane's contract.
''Mamelodi Sundowns has observed over several months the speculation and the false statements concerning several issues including the contract of Pitso Mosimane.''said Sundown in a press statement
The Brazilians also hinted that they will not be entertaining any media questions about their head coach contract. Sundowns will only publicly make the announcement went it deems it appropriate.
Many football lovers believe that the rudely press drafted statement was intended for South Africa Football Association, Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs.The three are among the teams which were reportedly gearing themselves up to fight for Pitso Mosimane's signature.
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