Al Ahly has reacted to tales that they may sack Pitso Mosimane.
The South African conceived mentor has gone under a ton of pundits and tension after his group's loss in the Egyptian Super Cup.
There were tales that the club is thinking about Zamalek mentor Patrice Carteron to supplant Mosimane.
Anyway Al Ahly representative Adli El Keiy has excused those tales and asserted that the club isn't thinking about to supplant Mosimane.
Addressing the club's TV Keiy said it comes as an irritated that a portion of the media experts media follow what the specialists say.
"Al Ahly doesn't contemplate marking Carteron and doesn't ponder supplanting Mosimane," said Keiy.
Keiy added that he had a discussion with the club's head of moves Amir Tawfik and he was informed that the club never consider firing Mosimane.
Keiy said the club doesn't sack a mentor in light of results on a solitary game and they designated Mosimane to lead the venture.
He likewise underlined that the club would never designate Carteron after every one of the remarks he made with regards to Al Ahly.
Keiy reasoned that Carteron utilized Al Ahly's name to recharge his agreement with Zamalek.
Source: idiski Times
https://www.idiskitimes.co.za/worldwide/al-ahly-refuse sack-pitso-bits of hearsay/
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