Al Ahly head coach Pitso Mosimane turned to the inspiration of South African rap sensation Big Zulu ahead of their FIFA Club World Cup.
Moving towards the new year, the 34-year-old's smash hit 'Mali Eningi' reached new heights as it went viral across the nation due to the infamous 'Duduzane Challenge' on social media.
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With the song symbolising attaining success and wealth to a certain degree it has been an inspiring track for many out there including the two-time CAF Champions League-winning coach.
Taking to his official Twitter account before submitting his final 23-man squad for the upcoming Club World Cup set to take place in Qatar next month.
"A very good morning, today was the last day of submission of 23 players to participate in FIFA Club World Cup tournament," he wrote on social media.
"Thanks, Big Zulu for the motivation and coming along with me in finalising the list. Unfortunately my old high school Brentwood trousers don’t fit me anymore."