Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane says he wants to toughen his attack and has asked fans to be patient.
Egyptian giants Al Ahly represented Africa at the hot FIFA Club World Cup tournament in Qatar.
They started their campaign with a 1-0 victory over Al-Duahil to reach the semi-finals against European giants Bayern Munich.
Two Robert Lewandowski goals saw the Bundesliga aspect retract 2-0, sending Al Ahly into a third-place playoff against Brazilian aspect Palmeiras.
Al Ahly managed to retract that match 3-2 on penalties after the clash done 0-0 after chunky time, repeating their third place accomplish from 2006.
Then again, Al Ahly were criticised for their uncomfortable attacking make, scoring accurate one goal in regular time in their three matches.
“As soon as I arrived in Qatar, I said that our goal is to retract the title. All americans said that I am crazy,” Pitso Mosimane advised Al Ahly TV.
“However every thing is feasible in football. We may have reached the final if we had drawn against any other team and no longer Bayern Munich.
“It took Klopp 5 years at Liverpool to succeed, and Guardiola took four years, and if two great coaches like them need time, I positively need it too.
“I have been right here for entirely four or 5 months. I have the chunky toughen of the board, especially Mahmoud El-Khatib.
“We have to ship in extra players. We did no longer regain ample goals within the Club World Cup, so we would like to toughen the attacking area. Goals are essentially the most important factor in football.
“We want to reach back to the Club World Cup, and this can entirely be achieved by successful the CAF Champions League.
“It was a sophisticated tournament, especially the final against Zamalek, as correctly as the Mamelodi Sundowns match, however we must always shield our title.
“We can start this week without ample time to relaxation against Al-Merrikh.
“We celebrated the night time sooner than, and it is over. We can start a peaceful chapter without forgetting the legal things we achieved within the World Cup,” Pitso Mosimane added.
Al Ahly are now the first African – and accurate the 2nd non-European/South American – team to retract two medals at the FIFA Club World Cup.