Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has said that
he will continue to criticise the performances of referees in the Absa
Mosimane was critical of Daniel Bennett and his team of
officials in Sundowns’ goalless draw against Bloemfontein Celtic on Saturday.
“You have to budget for those things in football because if
you don’t budget for that you will get frustrated. It’s okay, he [Bennett]
knows. What can I do?” Mosimane was quoted as saying by the press.
“If he does his match analysis…he will do that. I think
there was a break in the 90th minute this side, their [Celtic] break, the
linesman was late for me. For me it looked offside.
“Maybe I am wrong. I am happy to be wrong, but I will talk.
It’s my life, it’s my journey, it’s my business. I have invested a lot of
emotions, all my young days from youngster to be where I am [now] and today I
must play nice guy?
“I must be polite? No, I say it the way it is. It’s life,
it’s football. I spend hours working hard on this thing and so I must try
behave like a gentleman and don’t talk about it? No, I will talk about it.”
Saturday’s result secured Sundowns a one-point lead at the
top of the standings and play Cape Town City away on Wednesday.