Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has been reported to have officially resigned from the club.

The news which has gone viral on the social media with the hashtag  #PitsoResignsAtSundowns took many social media users by storm has it that Pitso on Wednseday made his resignation from Sundown. Although it has not been confirmed officially from him.

A Twitter post actually revealed that the Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso resigned with an Immediate effect, He was seen having a meeting with Kaizer Motaung on Monday afternoon.

Pitso Mosimane in July this year while addressing the media revealed on a report which suggests he has decided to leave the club.

An article in the Sunday World newspaper claims Mosimane is considering leaving the club due to “deepening tensions in his relationship with the club management. According to the report, Mosimane is said to be unhappy that with the fact that Sundowns could be bringing in a Spanish technical director next month.

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Mosimane, who has a year remaining on his deal with the reigning Absa Premiership champions, has been with the club for over seven years and says he remains happy at the club.

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“If I am resigning from Sundowns, then I am not sitting here [talking to media]. I’m not resigning, that’s why I am honouring this press conference, okay? But if you want to ask more about why, who, where, then go to Sundowns. Sundowns must answer that. My job is to answer what happens on the pitch. I’m employed for the results, not the politics or other things. I might be affected, I might not be affected, but go to Sundowns,” Mosimane said.

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“I’m happy at Sundowns, I’m happy to coach at Sundowns. I want to win the league, I want to give Sundowns the 10th title. I want Sundowns to have their 50th [anniversary] celebration. I am committed to that. I’m at Sundowns because I want to be at Sundowns. I’m not at Sundowns because of money. If I want more money, I can get it and I have refused it. I’m honouring my contract with Sundowns.”