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Gallery: Mosimane's triumphs with Sundowns

Pitso Mosimane
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After Pitso Mosimane confirmed his departure from Mamelodi Sundowns to join Al Ahly, we take a look at some of Jingles’ crowning moments with the Brazilians.

Reports broke on Wednesday morning suggesting that Mosimane was set to resign from Sundowns and move to Egyptian giants Al Ahly despite recently signing a new four-year deal with the club.

Mosimane then came out later in the day and confirmed that his seven-year trophy-laden spell at Chloorkop was over.

With Sundowns now in search of a new coach, we look at some of Mosimane's best moments with the Brazilians. 

2013/14 Absa Premiership Champions:

Mosimane’s first success at Down came when he lifted their first league title in seven years as he complete a massive turnaround after taking over at the helm just a year prior to the triumph with Downs close to the bottom of the table.

Pitso Mosimane

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2015/16 Absa Premiership, CAF Champions League and Caf Super Cup Champions:

Mosimane picked up his second league title in the 15/16 season, this, however, was overshadowed by their historical triumph in the CAF Champions League and CAF Super Cup.

Pitso Mosimane

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Pitso Mosimane

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Pitso Mosimane

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2017/18 Absa Premiership Champions:

Mosimane wrestled the league title back from Bidvest Wits in the 17/18 season as he looked to rebuild following a number of departures from his Champions League winning squad.

Pitso Mosimane

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2018/19 Absa Premiership Champions:

Jingles managed to fight off stiff competition from a renewed Orlando Pirates as his side went on to clinch their 9th PSL title and second in succession.

Pitso Mosimane

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In what could be Pitso’s last season at Chloorkop, he guided the Brazilians to a historic domestic treble in the club’s 50th year.

2019/20 Absa Premiership, Telkom Knockout and Nedbank Cup Champions:

 

Pitso Mosimane

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Pitso Mosimane

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Pitso Mosimane

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