No time to rest for Mosimane

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All images sourced from Mosimane's Instagram
All images sourced from Mosimane's Instagram

Despite parting ways with Al Ahly in June, Pitso Mosimane has shown that there is no time to rest as he continues to be committed to advancing the local game. Check it out! 

What Happened?

The legend ended his two-year successful stay in Egypt earlier this year and has been busy since then as he continues to prepare by putting together the best programs for the young players at the nearly launched institution.  

Scroll through the gallery above to see what Mosimane's been up to recently

This may just be a refreshing change for the legendary head coach who has worked with senior players since 2001.  

With South African players always being labelled as stars who do not fill their potential, new ideas and a focus on youth development are the routes to success.  

In a recent post on Instagram, Mosimane explained what has recently been keeping him busy.  

“This morning I woke up with so many ideas. Youth football is humbling me as I am putting together content for the coaching manual.” the 57-year-old said on social media 

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“It has also been important for me to check what the successful youth programmes in the world are doing.  

“We have no ego to learn from the rest of the world. We are open to collaboration, editors, and proof readers who would like to do this for our coaching manual.” 

Mosimane will reportedly be launching the school through his Marketing and Management Agency, MT Sports, with the company aiming to find South Africa’s next Lucas Radebe and Benni McCarthy. 

Did you know?

Pitso Mosimane is the only African coach to win the CAF Champions League three times. 

Your thoughts, please?

What do you think of Mosimane's dedication to the game?