CAF Mosimane targets quintet titles with Al Ahly this season

Al Ahly head coach Pitso Mosimane has set the target of winning the quintet this season with the club.
Mosimane guided Al Ahly to the group stage of the CAF Champions League on Tuesday following a 4-0 win against Niger champions Sonidip.
The South African while speaking with the club media after the game said his team achieved a positive result in the game.

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He went on to promise the fans that the club will compete for the local Super Cup and the African Super Cup, in order to complete Al-Ahly’s quintet this season.”
He said, “We achieved a good result and gained the participation of some players returning from injuries, such as Saad Samir, in addition to the return of some of those infected with Corona, which deprived us of many players during the last period.”
“Changing the way of playing due to the circumstances of absenteeism and the available players, and not for any other reason. 
“We switch between modes of play to suit the available players in the list of each match, as well as according to the competitor facing us, whether locally or in Africa.”
With regard to Al-Ahly’s participation in the Club World Cup, Musimani said:
“Everyone has a dream about his work and has ambitions that he seeks to achieve.
“Any coach and team has a dream to achieve the Club World Cup, but realistically it is difficult to speak in this form, and all we are looking for now is representation. 
“Supervising Africa in the World Cup, and to show Al-Ahly the place it deserves in this tournament.
 “I promise the fans to compete for the local Super Cup and the African Super Cup, in order to complete Al-Ahly’s quintet this season.” 
He  concluded his remarks by talking about the Boualia deal.
Mosimane said the player joined the team to fortify the squad depth.
 “We brought Walter Bwalia so that we have many alternatives in all centers, and I hope that he continues with us his distinguished and wonderful level that he presented with El Gouna.”


Henry Usiayo is a practicing journalists with several years of experience covering sport events. He is currently a sport content creator with

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