Pitso Mosimane reminds about Ernst Middendorp's history with the PSL DC, Thailand honeymoon

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Pitso Mosimane has defended his right to complain about referees and reminded Ernst Middendorp of his own history at the PSL DC offices.

Mosimane and Middendorp have been at each others' throats for the past few weeks with the Mamelodi Sundowns coach believing that Kaizer Chiefs have been benefiting from referees' decisions.

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The two coaches will meet again at Loftus Stadium on Saturday when Amakhosi visit The Brazilians for another titanic battle.

'Jingles' has warned the German coach that he will not stop complaining about match officials as long as his team keeps benefiting from their decisions, in his view.

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"You must remember when Ernst Middendorp left South Africa. Do you remember why he left? You must remind us. Can you tell us?" Mosimane asked, referring to the period when Middendorp was in charge of Maritzburg United.

"He was at DC every day. He said the PSL is against him and all that. He left. Every day he was at DC, for what? For referees, complaining about referees.

"He went to Thailand on honeymoon there [after leaving Maritzburg] and he came back. Now he is benefiting. So why should we not talk? This is a championship thing. We also want to win it."

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