Pitso Mosimane has written his name in African football’s history books once again after guiding Egyptian giants Al Ahly to their ninth CAF Champions League title.
Al Ahly defeated arch rivals Zamalek in the 2019/20 CAF Champions League final thanks to a late Magdi Afsha winner. The triumph meant that Pitso Mosimane’s side ended a 7-year Champions League title drought.
Pitso Mosimane earned his second CAF Champions League title in the space of four years while becoming only the third coach to do so with two different teams.
Pitso Mosimane conquers Africa, again!
2020 has been a rather depressing year given the damage the COVID-19 pandemic caused across the board however for one Pitso Mosimane, this year will never be forgotten, and for all the right reasons.
Mosimane is now on the brink of incredibly winning two trebles in one season! The former Mamelodi Sundowns mentor won the South African domestic treble (Absa Premiership, Telkom Knockout and Nedbank Cup) while also winning the Egyptian Premier League and most recently the CAF Champions League with Al Ahly.
Pitso Mosimane is now two steps away from completing a treble in Egypt with Al Ahly set to face Al Ittihad in the semi-finals of the Egyptian Cup before a potential rematch against Zamalek in the final.
Trophy number 15 for Pitso
Pitso Mosimane’s latest CAF Champions League triumph means he has now won 15 major trophies in his managerial career.
- Telkom Knockout x2
- Nedbank Cup x2
- ABSA Cup x1
- SAA Supa 8 x1
- Absa Premiership x5
- CAF Champions League x2
- CAF Super Cup x1
- Egyptian Premier League x1