Mosimane proud to work with Al Ahly president

Mosimane proud to work with Al Ahly president
Mosimane proud to work with Al Ahly president

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Al Ahly head coach Pitso Mosimane has expressed his honour from getting to work with Al Ahly legend and current president Mahmoud El-Khatib, praising his professionalism and his constant support to the team.

The Club World Cup is set to take place between February 1st and February 11th in Qatar with three stadiums set to host the games: Ahmad Bin Ali, Khalifa International and Education City stadiums.

The official draw for the tournament revealed that Al Ahly are set to face Qatari champions Al Duhail in the second round.

FIFA also announced that if Al Ahly overcome Al Duhail, they will come up against European champions Bayern Munich, who won five trophies last year.

“I feel very comfortable in dealing with Bibo [El-Khatib]. He strongly backs me and supports the team perfectly,” Mosimane told Al Ahly official website.

“Bibo works hardly to remove any hurdle the thing which stimulates me more to achieve victories. He never intervenes in technical matters and collaborates in a professional way.”

“I am proud to work with an African football legend and his presence with us [in Doha] helps us increase the club’s successes,” he added.

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