Pitso suggests the Sundowns culprit

CAF Champions League

Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has attributed the cause of the mayhem in Atteridgeville to the office of Mamelodi Sundowns.

Mosimane got the shock of his life when he was hurled with insults as he arrived ahead of the CAF Champions League match at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Saturday.

View some of the scenes in the streets before the Al Ahly game in the pictures above

The Red Devils went on to win the game 3-1 on aggregate to progress to the semi-finals of the competition at the expense of Mosimane's former side.

However, the game was not short of drama off the field as The Brazilians supporters did the unthinkable and stopped the Al Ahly bus a kilometre away from the stadium as anger was directed towards Mosimane.

'Jingles' believes that all the scenes were orchestrated from the offices in Chloorkop after he received several emails before the match.

"These emails are not from supporters but they come from the main office and there is only one person who can allow that, for the emails to come... emails from lawyers, how I left, why I left," said Mosimane at the post-match press conference.

"But I will save it for my book. I will write a book. In fact, I have the book. I just kept it and said let bygones be bygones and move on, like in SAFA I moved on."

Mosimane revealed that since he moved away from Sundowns to join Al Ahly, he has not enjoyed peace in Egypt.

The former Bafana Bafana coach faced his former employers at Sundowns for the first time in the CAF Champions League and admitted all is not rosy in their relationship.

"I thought I left at peace and shook hands but ever since I have been in Egypt I have never had peace, and I didn't want to talk," he added.

"But now there are situations like these. It's fine. Later I will write a book."

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