Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has
revealed that he wants to coach at youth level when his professional career
comes to an end.
Mosimane guided Sundowns to the Telkom Knockout title on
Saturday with a 2-1 victory over Maritzburg United.
The former SuperSport United mentor previously said that he
wants to help Sundowns win their 10th Premiership trophy in the PSL era.
Mosimane opened up on what he wants to do when he calls it
quits in the professional game and the legacy he wants to leave behind.
He said, as quoted by IOL website: "What's in my heart is youth football. I would
like to do youth football because nobody does it.
"People talk about youth football, what we need to do
but nobody does.
"What are you doing? Look at school's football, is
there a programme for schools? That’s where I want to go.
"That's my other passion, that Sundowns have to respect
"I need to leave my legacy. My legacy is not about
"I need to build my own legacy, in terms of sustaining
something so that my children can say that our father has left a legacy in youth
football that can be sustained."
Meanwhile, the Brazilians are back in action on Saturday
evening against Polokwane City.
Kick-off is at 18:00.