Absa Premiership maverick coach Pitso Mosimane has given some strong opinions on the national and racial profiles of local coaches.
"You know I always speak for local coaches. I am just sad that a local coach [Rhulani Mokwena] is gone," Mosimane said to Kick Off.
The man known as “Jingles” stressed that he is not quite anti-foreigners but there are particular challengers locals face.
"It's not that I don't want foreign coaches to be here but I look after my country. I know where I come from. I know the struggle we go through.
"But I can always say Clinton Larsen is back, one of the local coaches are back. You can't have your cake and eat it but I always speak for local coaches.
"Because I know, especially as a black coach, you really have to convince that you are good and sometimes you are not given a chance to convince,” Mosimane concluded.
PSL coaching nationality divide:
- Kaizer Chiefs (Ernst Middedorp - Germany)
- Sundowns (Pitso Mosimane)
- SuperSport United (Kaitano Tembo - Zimbabwe)
- Bidvest Wits (Gavin Hunt)
- Golden Arrows (Steve Komphela)
- Bloem Celtic (Lehlogonolo Seema)
- Highlands Park (Owen Da Gama)
- Maritzburg United (Eric Tinkler)
- Orlando Pirates (Joe Zinnauber - Germany)
- Black Leopards ( Luc Eymael - Belgium)
- Baroka FC (Wedson Nyirenda - Zambia)
- Chippa United (Norman Mapeza - Zimbabwe)
- Cape Town City (Jan Olde Riekerink - Netherlands)
- Stellenbosch FC (Steve Barker)
- AmaZulu (Jozef Vukušič - Slovakia)
- Polokwane (Larsen).
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