Mamelodi Sundowns Increased Coach Pitso Mosimane’s Salary, See How Much He earn
Mamelodi sundowns increased Pitso Mosimane’s salary and they made him one of the highest paid coaches in Africa. For any person from Africa and South Africa should be happy because this shows that very soon African footballers and coaches are going to be paid good money.
Coaches like Bidvest Wits’ Gavin Hunt, Golden Arrows’ Steve Komphela, Kaizer Chiefs’ Ernst Middendorp and Orlando Pirates’ Josef Zinnbauer are also earning a good salary. It is said that Pitso Mosimane will be taking home R65-million for the duration of his four-year, which is around R1.4 million per month.
“I have been respected on the contract and I am not complaining,” Mosimane said at the announcement of his new deal last week. “I think the compensation also has been the level of a coach on the continent. I feel good, but you must know I have worked for it for seven-and-a-half years. I have labored”.
“You know, you get European coaches getting bigger amounts just by pitching up because he is from Europe when he didn’t even work for it. You know what I am trying to say. I have earned it.” He concluded.