Mamelodi Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe has confirmed that head coach Pitso Mosimane will remain at the club.
Mosimane was set to see his contract with Sundowns come to an end in June, but Motsepe has since tied the most decorated PSL coach down for a further four years.
'Jingles' will stretch his stay at Chloorkop to 12 years in total should he see his current deal out, having joined the club back in December 2012.
The 55-year-old tactician has since delivered nine trophies to the club's headquarters, and will be hoping to further add to his already impressive trophy cabinet.
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“I am very happy that the Board of Mamelodi Sundowns has decided to renew the employment contract of our very own 'Sir Alex Ferguson,'" announced Motsepe.
"I am very proud of Pitso’s achievements at Sundowns and am also confident that Pitso, the technical team and the players will make Sundowns one of the best football clubs on the African continent.
"Mamelodi Sundowns has got exciting short to medium term objectives and goals to achieve, which includes building a world class Youth Academy, Scouting Department and Management Team.
"Investing in our youth, to enable them to play for the senior team and Bafana Bafana is an important objective of our medium to long term plans."
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