Former Al Wahda FC coach Pitso Mosimane has been linked with a move to Al Wahda FC.
The announcement came on Sunday, a week after his statement Officially leaving Saudi club Al-Ahli.
According to a statement on the Emirates club’s official website, “Al Wahda Football has completed the deal to sign coach Pitso Mosimane to replace Dutch coach Arno Buitenweg to lead the club’s senior team.”
📰: Official Statement | Mosiman Pesto
Al Wahda Football Club Company announced the completion of the contract process with Mr. Pesto Mosimane “South Africa 🇿🇦” to technically lead the first team.#WHDFC@TheRealPitso pic.twitter.com/WO1I7DGAq8
– Al Wahda FC Al Wahda Club (@AlWahdaFCC) June 17, 2023
The 58-year-old South African coach has made a name for himself in Saudi Arabia, Led Al-Ahli back to Saudi professional league And won the First Division Championship.
Prior to his tenure in Saudi Arabia, Mosimane was the coach of the Mamelodi Sundowns in South Africa.
He left Egyptian giants Al Ahly after a successful 20-month spell during which he claimed six titles, including back-to-back Champions League trophies.
The UAE-based club did not reveal any details about the South African tactician’s contract.
Al Wahda finished third in the UAE Pro League with 52 points last season, just five behind champions Shabab Al Ahli.