Mmotong: Sundowns trio doing better than Pitso.
Koketso Mmotong, a former Mamelodi Sundowns player, believes that the club's current coaching triumvirate is an upgrade over Pitso Mosimane.
During his time at Sundowns, Mosimane won a club-record five league titles, two Nedbank Cups, two Telkom Knockout cups, one CAF Champions League, and a Super Cup trophy, among other achievements.
Although this is the case, the former Sundowns winger believes the combination of Rulani Mokwena, Manqoba Mngqithi, and Steve Komphela is a step up from Mosimane's tenure.
"First and foremost, I don't believe it is about them, but rather about Sundowns," Mmotong says in an interview with the source.
"If Sundowns perform well, it is inevitable that the coaches will be recognized."
No, it is not because the coaches are good that Sundowns should win the Champions League; it is because they have high-quality players on their team that they should win it."
"If the present coaches continue to do things the way Pitso did them in the past, they will have an easy time winning the Champions League for Sundowns."
In addition, Pitso commanded the team as a single individual, so I believe they are on an equal footing with each other.
The fact that there are three of them means that they are doing much better than Pitso.
They are underappreciated, in my opinion, because they are performing well in both the DStv Premiership and the Champions League, and they ought to be respected for that."
Against Al Merrikh on Saturday, Sundowns scored three goals to earn their team the most points possible in the group rounds of the CAF Champions League.
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