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South African coach Pitso Mosimane receives honorary doctorate from University of Johannesburg

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Pitso Mosimane, the esteemed coach of Saudi Pro League side Al Abha, has recently been conferred with a doctorate degree by the University of Johannesburg in South Africa.

Renowned for his remarkable achievements in the realm of football management, Mosimane has secured an impressive tally of 19 trophies, solidifying his status as the most successful South African coach to date.

His illustrious career saw him clinch historic victories, notably leading Mamelodi Sundowns to their inaugural continental triumph in 2016, followed by consecutive African conquests with Al Ahly in 2020 and 2021.

Mosimane’s coaching prowess extended beyond borders, guiding teams in the Gulf region and the United Arab Emirates, leaving an indelible mark on each club he served.

In addition to his coaching exploits, Mosimane’s dedication to nurturing young talent is evident through the establishment of the Pitso Mosimane Soccer Schools.

These institutions, spanning several locations in South Africa, offer budding footballers aged 6 to 15 a platform to hone their skills and foster their passion for the sport.

Mosimane’s commitment to youth development, coupled with his outstanding contributions to football, culminated in the University of Johannesburg’s decision to bestow upon him the esteemed Doctorate Degree, a fitting tribute to his enduring legacy in the beautiful game.

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