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Snl24.com | ‘Pitso Needs a Budget To Buy Quality Players’

Snl24.com | ‘Pitso Needs a Budget To Buy Quality Players’

Al Ahli Saudi head coach Pitso Mosimane.

Al Ahli Saudi head coach Pitso Mosimane.

The latest news on Terrence Dzvukamanja and Pitso Mosimane has drawn some comments from Soccer Laduma readers. Take a look!

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Soccer Laduma’s readers and commenters continue to react to the latest news.

Stories on Pitso Mosimane responding to Kaizer Chiefs links and Terrence Dzvukamanja speaking on his revival during the second half of the season has seen plenty of comments from SL readers. 

Read: Pitso Responds to Kaizer Chiefs Links

Let’s take a closer look at what they had to say… 


With Kaizer Chiefs touted as Pitso Mosimane’s next destination as his future at Al Ahli Saudi remains unclear, the decorated mentor has responded to being linked with the Soweto giants. 

Although “Jingles” didn’t rule anything out, he stated that returning to South Africa is not at the top of his priorities right now.

Mosimane is a hot topic at the moment due to the behind-the-scenes drama at his current club, where he recently revealed that him and his haven’t been paid over the last five months.

Despite earning Al Ahli promotion back to the Saudi Pro League as second tier champions, Pitso could be on his way out of Saudi Arabia and will enter crunch talks with his club’s management regarding his future.

Here’s how the readers reacted to the “Pitso Responds to Kaizer Chiefs Links” story:

“He has no intension of coming back to south Africa,” says Mysterio.

SL Reader His Majesty Yellow PSL Beast wrote a list on why it wouldn’t be ideal for Jingles to move to Kaizer Chiefs:

Pitso please to back to coach Chiefs so that Sundowns can prove to SA that:

1. Motsepe has built Sundowns’ football system NOT a family club, run by household members. To change Zebra [Chiefs] to be where Sundowns is, it will take some beatings, knowing Chiefs fans, they wont take your excuses of “building”.

2. You are now used to an open cheque book, when it comes players trading, Chiefs family is NOT friendly to that, we know.

3. I doubt a character like Bobby will mix well with your ego

4. Pitso, the last thing you would like to see is being embarrassed by your student Rulani in front of the Chiefs supporters.

“Kaizer Chiefs doesn’t buy players. Pitso needs a budget to buy quality players. You can’t win a league with the likes of Ngezana, Kwinika, Ngcobo, Hlanti, Caleb and Cole Alexander,” says Saavedra.

“He wants to coach Wydad…” says Arthur is an Ankole.

Read: ‘Riveiro Told Me Everyone Will Love You’

Orlando Pirates forward Terrence Dzvukamanja has revealed the key behind his revival under Jose Riveiro in the second half of the season. 

The Zimbabwean was way down Riveiro’s pecking order at the beginning of the season, and only started to feature in the second phase, bagging eight goals in 19 appearances. 

Dzvukamanja told Metro FM Sports that injuries were his main issue at the beginning of the season and Jose Riveiro reassured him that he will be loved by everyone once he gains full fitness. 

Here’s how the readers reacted to the “‘Riveiro Told Me Everyone Will Love You'” story: 

“Just keep up the good work please,” chriscaffosolution.

“I was the one of those who wanted you to leave because you were not scoring, forgetting that ‘Rome was never build in a day’, thanks to the coach who saw the potential in you, I hope next season you will continue where you left off and stay injury free

“My apology to you boy, and the entire fanbase who was against you and others… We love you, just do your talking on the field of play,” says user454193.

“Thank you Jose for your patience, we almost ruined Dzvukamanja with our impatience,” says Fela.

“Then comes our Arthur Zwane… He destroys every player’s confidence at Kaizer Chiefs, while he thinks he is our Xavi or Arteta.

“There is something positive about Riveiro as he believes in his players and he supports everybody as if he’s been here for a very long time,” says myekilwandile.

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