Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane has resigned following a great deal from Egypt’s side Al Ahly.
The news of The Jingles leaving the Chloorkop based side came as a shock to many Yellow nations and football fans in the country on Wednesday morning.
The 56-year-old leaves the club after almost eight years, and as the most successful South African coach after winning five Premier Soccer League titles.
In his farewell statement – Mosimane thanked Sundown owner Patrice Motsepe for being a mentor, friend, and confidant.
He also confirmed that he leaves the Brazilians with the permission of the billionaire.
“After winning five league titles with Mamelodi Sundowns – the 10th for the club – how can a man ever find it easy to say goodbye to his home? How can I say goodbye to the family, the board, the supporters and the fans?” he said.