After Mamelodi Sundowns clinched their ninth league title with a 1-0 win over relegated Free State Stars on Saturday‚ club president Patrice Motsepe reiterated that he wants coach Pitso Mosimane to become the Alex Ferguson of the club. Since he joined the club midway  the 2013/2014 season‚ Mosimane has led Sundowns to four league titles‚ the Caf Champions League‚ Caf Super Cup‚ the Telkom Knockout and the Nedbank Cup. “I have said that I want Pitso to be the Alex Ferguson of Mamelodi Sundowns and that means I want to keep him for as long as he wants to be here‚” he said. “But at the same time‚ I also want to see him grow because can you imagine for example if he were to coach one of the European clubs or even our national team.” Motsepe added that he was profoundly happy that Mosimane has delivered another trophy for the club together with his technical team of Manqoba Mngqithi , Wendell Robinson, the medical team and all the supporting staff. “Pitso is black‚ he is African‚ he is ...

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