Al Ahly president Mahmoud El-Khatib called an important meeting with Pitso and his technical team after their shock defeat to Simba on CAF champions league.
Mosimane was handed his first loss in the competition since his arrival at Al Ahly this ended their 13 games unbeaten run which dated from 2019 when they lost to Tunisian Ligue 1 Etoile du Sahel.
Furthermore, 'Bibo', as the club president is highly referred to, who is broadly considered as one of the best ever players, brought in the South African and his specialized group with the participation of the club's arranging board.
The main focus of the meeting was around their recent form after the Club world Cup and the impending overwhelming time of installations with the association, Egyptian Cup, CAF champions league and the CAF Super Cup which they will be participating in the coming days.
One of the Red Devils affirmed to KickOff.com that it was a long way from an 'intercession' yet rather a sound conversation about how Mosimane can improve the group pushing ahead.
This comes in after Mosimane confirmed that he needs another productive striker with the fact that they only managed to score only 1 goal at the Club World Cup.
The record 9 times African champions will face Al Gaish at their home ground Al-Salam Stadium this Sunday for their next class installation before their next Champions League experience against AS Vita next Saturday.
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