Pitso furious with Chiefs

2013-12-30 19:08
Pitso Mosimane (AFP Photo)
Cape Town- Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane was furious after arch-rivals Kaizer Chiefs' recent bid for his striker Edward Manqele.

According to a report on's website, Chiefs manager Bobby Motoung had expressed interest in signing the player in the upcoming January transfer window period.

Manqele, 26, is currently enjoying a loan spell at Moroka Swallows.

Chiefs' main objective is to boost their squad ahead of their upcoming CAF Champions League campaign which will commence early in February next year.  

Chiefs had already lost their bid to sign Ajax Cape Town winger, Lebogang Manyama, as the Thembisa-born player ended up signing with the Pretoria-based outfit SuperSport United.

Mosimane said he was confident that the former Free State Stars forward will stay with the Brazilians next season.

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