South African coach Pitso Mosimane has put pen to paper on a two-year contract extension with Egyptian giants Al Ahly.
The news was shared via the club’s social media on Tuesday evening. Al Ahly also confirmed Pitso Mosimane’s South African assistant coaches have also extended their contracts.
“Al Ahly SC announce the extension of Pitso Mosimane’s contract for two more years after what he achieved at the club,” read a statement from the club
The club added that Pitso Mosimane and his staff have already signed the new contracts ahead of the trip to South Africa which will see Al Ahly face Mamelodi Sundowns in the CAF Champions League.
Under his guidance, Al Ahly won back-to-back CAF Champions League titles, two CAF Super Cups, the Egypt Cup, and two Club World Cup bronze medals.
Overall he led Al Ahly in 83 games, winning 59, drawing 17, while losing seven, with the team scoring 182 goals while conceding 70
The 57-year-old ended his almost eight-year stay with Mamelodi Sundowns in September 2020 before signing a two-year deal with Al Ahly.