In Case You Missed it - February 13

Posted: 13 February 2018 Time: 18:45

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

Kaizer Chiefs are sweating over the availability of midfield enforcer Willard Katsande ahead of this weekend's clash against Cape Town City. Full story

South African midfielder Phakamani Mahlambi has his tail up following his recent performances at club side Al Ahly. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela is relying on Bernard Parker's experience and versatility to come to the fore in the club's bid for the double. Full story

Competition for places in attack is now even tougher at Mamelodi Sundowns, which is why Themba Zwane has stressed the importance of scoring and assisting more to keep his place in the team. Full story

Chippa United's Mark Mayambela shares the 10 most memorable moments of his career on the day he celebrates a decade since making his professional debut for Bloemfontein Celtic. Full story

Orlando Pirates have received a boost to their aspirations of winning both the league and Nedbank Cup after Zambian striker Augustine Mulenga arrived in the country yesterday. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs' new goalkeeper coach Lee Baxter is impressed with the setup at Naturena and believes a club of Amakhosi's stature should be winning a trophy every season. Full story 

Royal Eagles forward Dumisani Tau is grieving following the death of his brother, Polokwane City defender Mogau Tshehla. Full story has been informed that Golden Arrows striker Lerato Lamola would consider leaving the club at the end of the season if he continues to struggle for game-time. Full story

Following his first official goal for Al Ahly last week, South African starlet Phakamani Mahlambi continued to prove his worth in Egypt after another stellar performance on Monday night. Full story

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