The South African gaffer lashed out at journalists in a post match press conference after Al Ahly's 3-2 victory over Ghalz el Mehalla in a league encounter as reported on www.kickoff.com.
The journalists wanted to bring out negative energy as they questioned Mozambiquean international star Luis Massillon game time at the Red devils, Pitso Mosimane was quick to remind the Egyptian journalists about who created the free kick for the last goal.
It seems the media in the Cairo capital wants to disturb the three time CAF Champions League winner as they see that he is really cruising as the head coach of the biggest team in African football.
Pitso Mosimane has won 50 games in 70 games since he took over as the head coach, he will be leading the team to the 2021 FIFA club world cup next month in Qatar.
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