Manager of Mamelodi Sundowns – Pitso ‘Jingles’ Mosimane has stated his intention to break the dominance of Soweto giants – Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs in the Premier Soccer League [PSL].

According to Mosimane, one of the longest serving and highly rated coaches in South African football, it is about time someone stepped in and stopped the monotony of the Soweto giants and he sees himself as the right person for that purpose.

“I think that it is only fair, it is good for competition. I think that they [Chiefs and Pirates] also like the competition to realise that it is all about life,” he told Times Live.

“You go to the English Premier League right now, where are the Manchester United stories and them? They are no longer there, Man United and Arsenal … where are they?

“Now it’s Manchester City and Liverpool. It’s generations you know, it’s the way it is. But times change. It’s football, it evolves, there is a time for this one and a time for this one.”

“There are new rivalries all the time, there is [Chiefs coach] Ernst Middendorp now.

“The thing is you must have endurance – if you don’t have endurance, you will be in trouble.

“But it is good for me because it is a good test and it is good for me to know who I am. It is good for me to stand the test of time.

Since taken over as the head coach of Mamelodi Sundowns in December 2012, Masandawana have never finished outside the top two, winning four league titles.