Pitso Mosimane has opened up on his desire to one day coach at the FIFA World Cup.
The 59-year-old South African coach who has won three CAF Champions League titles with Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly has declared his intention to one day coach at the World Cup.
“To be honest, I would like to coach in the FIFA World Cup. I do not choose what comes, I would like to go to the World Cup.
On his thoughts on South Africa and Nigeria fighting for a slot for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
“South Africa wants to qualify, Nigeria wants to qualify.”
“If you have Chukuweze and the boy (Osimhen) playing for Napoli as your striker, I mean really. That Nigerian team is unbelievable.
” I saw the draw against Lesotho and Zimbabwe. Okay, it’s football, it happens. But how can politics between the government and the federation derail the team?”
“Of course, I want South Africa to win because I am South African. But in reality, I think Nigeria has the team (Players). I really would like to go to the World Cup, but it must be a good team that can compete”, added Pitso.
Pitso Mosimane last coached Al Warda in the UAE Pro League.