Makhubedu aiming to emulate Pitso Mosimane


Sekhukhune United head coach McDonald Makhubedu has expressed an ambition to emulate the likes of legendary South African coaches such as Pitso Mosimane.

Trailblazer Mosimane has been setting records as head coach of Egyptian giants Al Ahly by lifting multiple trophies.

Likewise, fellow South A African Morena Ramoreboli has also made history in guiding Botswana side, Jwaneng Galaxy to qualify for the CAF Champions League group stages for the first time ever.

"I want to go and coach in Africa, Makhubedu tells

"With or without money I want to go and coach there. It has always been a dream to coach in Africa, especially in West Africa.

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"Yes, there may be not much coverage of football in those regions, but I have always been following football in countries like DRC, Senegal and Ivory Coast.

"I want to go and coach there one day, not in countries like Egypt but I want to go to countries like Tanzania, DRC, Senegal, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

"I want to go there."

Makhubedu also congratulated both his compatriots Mosimane and Ramoreboli for their achievements in Africa.

"We are very proud as a country for what they are doing on the continent," Makhubedu added.

"They remain a great inspiration to the rest of us as local coaches.

"We look up to them and we will always wish them to continue doing well in those countries."

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