Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso
Mosimane has spoken for the first time since being found guilty of
violent conduct and did not seem particularly concerned by the verdict.
Mosimane was accused of assaulting a security officer under the
employ of AmaZulu during the sides' encounter back in January, which
Sundowns lost 2-0.
Despite being found guilty, the Brazilians mentor remained typically defiant.
"What are you going to do? These things pop up anytime and any day, just be ready when it pops up," he said.
"I know my space and I am happy with my space because the guy spoke
about it, the guy who I am supposed to have assaulted.
"He has given his
opinion and I am happy, as long as the guy does not say 'Pitso assaulted
me'. The guy does not say that. So what am I charged for, because the
guy does not say I beat him? So I don't want to talk, Nande Becker (PSL
Prosecutor) will tell you about this thing.
"It was a televised game, so where is the footage? I mean SuperSport
has 18 or 16 cameras, so no one picked it up? I mean guys, I mean really
you can't miss that."