Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane believes the Premier Soccer League should start looking into the credentials of foreign coaches before they're allowed to manage in South Africa.
South Africa has seen a large number of successful foreign coaches however there has been some shocking foreign appointments in recent years bringing the league into disrepute and Mosimane believes its vital to take a stand against certain chance-takers.
“I think they must screen them. The same way that the English FA screens players. Percy Tau and them can't get a chance so probably we should also screen them.” Pitso Mosimane told members of the media.
“You can't come here when you have won nothing, what are the chances of winning here if you have won nothing before. Let's be honest, if I'm unemployed somewhere in Europe, I come here.”
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“Most of the guys that come here don't have a job. Most, 80% of them don't have a job that come here. I just believe that most of the foreign coaches that come here are really really not up to the standard of winning trophies.”