Former Mamelodi Sundowns manager Pitso Mosimane, who has worked wonders at Al Ahly since his high-profile Egypt move, has been described as "ruthless" by a former Zamalek star.
The South African coach has enjoyed a successful time in Egypt following his exit from Masandawana late in 2020, winning two trophies and helping the side to a famous treble.
Mosimane has earned big praise during the short period in which he has been at Al Ahly, particularly for his treatment of his first-team players.
Former Zamalek midfielder Ayman Abdelaziz has been impressed with the 56-year-old's charming personality, especially because he seemingly shows a completely different side of himself every 90 minutes his team plays.
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"Mosimane is very funny, something we see with many Africans," he told OnTime Sport.
"He can easily attract the Al Ahly players. But on the pitch, he's ruthless."
Mosimane recently guided his side to a third-place finish at the FIFA Club World Cup, winning the bronze medal after a penalty shootout win over Palmeiras.
Before their clash with the Brazilian team, Al Ahly took on UEFA Champions League winners Bayern Munich in the semi-final, losing 2-0.