Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane is relishing the return of assistant coach Rhulani Mokwena to the club, claiming he needed “ammunition” for the “fight and the battle” both domestically and Inter-continentally.
Mokwena returned to Masandawana this week after three years away at Orlando Pirates and Chippa United, where he spent time as head coach at both clubs.
“The good thing is you don’t need to sell the team to Rhulani, saying ‘this is how we play’. We have never changed the way we play, the philosophy of Mamelodi Sundowns has been the same, I have put it there and I have never changed it.” - Mosimane said.
“That is why I said, when he left, he left with a classified play book. He has brought it back, but we need to edit and upgrade on the book he had. But he catches up quickly because he is an intelligent person.
“He is a good coach with respect and integrity. He has his information and his knowledge. When we slaughter at home, we all have to make sure we are together because we need more ammunition.
“The fight and the battle is too big, that is why we felt that it was important to get him back and to help us. If two parties want each other and want to meet, they will meet. And we have just done that.”