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Victory for Pitso Mosimane and Team as FIFA Rules in their Favour Against Al Ahli Jeddah

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FIFA has reached a verdict that favours South African coach, Pitso Mosimane, and his esteemed technical team in their legal tussle with the Saudi club, Al Ahli Jeddah. As confirmed by the world football’s governing body, Mosimane and his cohorts are set to receive substantial compensation for breaches of contract and unpaid remuneration.

The saga unfolded following Mosimane’s appointment at Al Ahli during the tumultuous 2022/23 season, which saw the club grappling with the fallout of an unplanned relegation. With characteristic excellence, Mosimane not only steered the club back into the Saudi Pro League but also captured the Saudi First Division crown, a testament to his tactical acumen and leadership.

FIFA’s tribunal crisp judgement reads, “The Respondent, Al Ahli, must pay to the Claimant the following amounts): – USD 355,500 net as outstanding remuneration plus 5% interest p.a. as from 1 June 2023 until the date of effective payment; – USD 8,218.80 net as outstanding remuneration; – USD 3,394 as outstanding remuneration; interspersed with an unerring assurance in their right to requisite pay sans just cause.”

The financials embroil a sum of $1,153,022 (approximately R22-million plus 5% interest) for Mosimane, denoting compensation for breach of contract and overdue pay.

However, Mosimane wasn’t the only party affected. His collaborators, the cogs in his well-oiled machine, have also emerged victorious. This includes Kabelo Rangoaga, due $246,200 (R4.7-million plus 5% interest), Maahier Davids, entitled to $114,500 (R2.1-million plus 5% interest), Musi Matlaba, awarded $74,592 (R1.4-million plus 5% interest), and Kyle Solomon, set to receive $58,662 (R1.1-million plus 5% interest).

The South African opposition political party, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) says that the Mamelodi Sundowns supporters have displayed the highest form of self-hate after they were seen in a video footage insulting Al Ahly Coach Pitso Mosimane.
The South African opposition political party, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) says that the Mamelodi Sundowns supporters have displayed the highest form of self-hate after they were seen in a video footage insulting Al Ahly Coach Pitso Mosimane.

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