Update | Ahly legend advises Pitso after outburst

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Al Ahly legend Ahmed Shobeir has called for calm from Pitso Mosimane after the South African coach's outburst on Monday.

Mosimane cast an angry figure during his post-match press conference on Monday evening after he took issue with the line of questioning directed at him following Al Ahly's 3-2 win over Ghazl El-Mahalla.

The former Mamelodi Sundowns coach was visibly annoyed when his selection tactics were called into question by members of the local media and lashed out with a scathing response before promptly concluding the session.

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Former Ahly goalkeeper Ahmed Shobeir has since urged Mosimane to maintain his calm in similar situations in the future and to rather ignore any questions that may seek to undermine his position at the club.

"I didn’t like to see Mosimane getting angry yesterday. I think he should have answered the way he sees fit and moved on," Shobeir said, per KingFut.

"Mosimane's anger in press conferences is not something I think is right, I have always praised his calm attitude.

"He should take the press conferences the way he prefers, he can choose which questions to answer and which to ignore. I know why Mosimane got angry yesterday, but it’s not the time to tell the story..."

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