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Sundowns Former Star Caught In Crises At Al Ahly?

We all want to be successful in whatever endeavor we take on. For many people, no path is a stroll in the park because life is full of hurdles that will push you to your absolute limits. Individuals with an elite mentality, on the other hand, do not give up; instead, they view failure as a lesson to be learned in the future. Tau, who is currently with Al Ahly, has formerly played for Anderlect, Club Brugge, and Brighton in the English Premier League. Not to mention the fact that he has faced both Real Madrid and Manchester City, this year's UEFA Champions League semi-finalists. You might be asking what the excellent South African forward has done, and the answer is that he is currently facing his biggest challenge yet.Egypt's most challenging period. For Pitso Mosimane's Al Ahly, the player has dropped down the pecking order.


Tau's football career is at a fork in the road, and questions will be asked about the forward's capacity to revive a declining career. Tau may blame himself for his bad luck because he has set a high bar for himself, and South African fans are always keeping a careful check on his progress. Pitso Mosimane's recent Al Ahly form will concern football fans. The club has gone three games without a win and had to save themselves from defeat in their most recent match.

Al Ahly earned a point thanks to a last-minute penalty from Magdy. The group is ranked second in the long standings and will be eager to get back on track if Pitso Mosimane wants to keep one of Africa's most difficult positions.

The club is currently in second place in the league, behind Zamalek.

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https://www.thesouthafrican.com/sport/soccer/percy-tau-pitso-mosimane-bafana-bafana-hugo-broos-uefa-champions-league-sports-soccer-football-al-ahli-south-africa-faces-crisis-fighting-for-his-career/

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