Al Ahly ‘coup d’état’ rattles Sundowns

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Al Ahly head of the football planning committee, Mohsen Saleh, presents Pitso Mosimane with the club jersey during the coach’s unveiling. Picture: Al Ahly Twitter
Al Ahly head of the football planning committee, Mohsen Saleh, presents Pitso Mosimane with the club jersey during the coach’s unveiling. Picture: Al Ahly Twitter

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The shock wave of the “coup d’état” that Egyptian giants Al Ahly inflicted on league champions Mamelodi Sundowns was felt from Cape to Cairo.

The abrupt departure of coach Pitso Mosimane, fitness trainer Kabelo Rangoaga and performance analyst Musi Matlaba this week has rocked Chloorkop to the core.

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