Pitso denies passing on note to Onyango

2016-01-25 15:05
Pitso Mosimane (Supplied)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane revealed he did not issue a note to Denis Onyango in order to waste time.

According to KickOff, TV cameras caught Bongani Zungu running towards the goalkeeper and handing Onyango a piece of paper.

Minutes later Onyango asked the referee to stop play as he wanted to tie his laces.

The Absa Premiership coach of the month for November and December 2015 was questioned on the matter which was captured on live television.

“I don’t sit with a pen; I don’t sit with anything when I am there,” he said.

“People who write, it’s not me. I don’t write, I don’t know what he wrote. You must ask him. Don’t shoot me, shoot the guy who wrote the note. I don’t know... I didn't see it.”

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