In Case You Missed It - December 18

Posted: 18 December 2017 Time: 18:30

If you need to catch up, here are the biggest football stories that made the headlines on KickOff.com on Monday.

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has paid tribute to striker Leonardo Castro after he parted ways with the Brazilians at the weekend. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela refused to be drawn on the negatives of an indifferent first half of the season as the club signed off 2017 with a 1-0 win over Ajax Cape Town. Full story

One of the greatest partnerships in PSL history has now been cut down to just one member after Leonardo Castro’s move from Mamelodi Sundowns to Kaizer Chiefs was confirmed over the weekend. Full story

Cape Town City coach Benni McCarthy feels his side’s travels could be a reason for their recent lacklustre displays, and was delighted to have secured three valuable points against AmaZulu. Full story

Orlando Pirates striker Lyle Foster is determined to fight his way into the Buccaneers starting eleven after starring in Amajita's COSAFA U-20 Championships triumph on the weekend. Full story

Ajax Cape Town coach Stanley Menzo says he can't work with Prince Nxumalo as long as the striker keeps missing training. Full story

The Monday Column: KickOff.com reporter Chad Klate looks at whether or not Leonardo Castro is the oil to make Kaizer Chiefs' machine tick. Full story

AmaZulu have completed the signing of South Africa U-20 defender Sibusiso Mabiliso. Full story

The final shortlist of nominees for the 2017 CAF Awards has been released, with Banyana Banyana and Chrestina Kgatlana South Africa's only representatives. Full story

Haashim Domingo and Thibang Phete were the only two victorious South Africans on the weekend after a match day to forget for most. Full story

Free State Stars workhorse Paulus Masehe has become the latest entrant into the exclusive class of players to reach the colossal milestone of 300 starts in the colours of a PSL club. Full story

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