Pitso Implies That Sundowns Are The Only Team To Survive In CAF Football?
Pitso Mosimane Speaks On The Difficulties Of CAF Football
Mamelodi Sundowns head coach, Pitso Mosimane has once again made mention to how difficult it is to play on the African continent, making special references to the likes of Orlando Pirates and Cape Town City.
The Brazilians have been competing in the CAF Champions League for four consecutive years, having lifted the prestigious trophy in 2016.
Speaking to the media, Mosimane highlighted that it is not easy for a team to compete in the African continent, implying that the challenges of the competition can affect their form.
“When you look at the continent, there’s a long history, you can talk about the Wydad Casablanca, the Champions now, you can tell me where they are on the log, as we speak today, you can talk about Zamalek, where they are, Zesco, SuperSport, Wits University…” Mosimane told the media.
“Cape Town City just went once with a flight, I think you know what happened after. Of course, it’s once I mean, you got to understand how difficult it is. Orlando Pirates went to the Champions League final, they have never been back for five years. So it’s tough it’s not easy and if it’s easy, then anybody can do it,” he added.