In Case You Missed it - Sept 3

Posted: 3 September 2018 Time: 18:45

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

Bafana Bafana boss Stuart Baxter has explained why he brought his son Lee into the national team set-up, saying he's the most qualified goalkeeper coach in South Africa "by a country mile". Full story

Cape Town City coach Benni McCarthy believes he just about hit the jackpot with the signing of striker Tokelo Rantie. Full story

Orlando Pirates have announced the signing of Brazilian defender Caio Marcelo. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs coach Giovanni Solinas has explained the reason for his side’s defensive approach against SuperSport United and conceded disappointment after missing out on a cup final. Full story

Baroka have completed the signing of former Ajax Cape Town midfielder Toriq Losper on a free transfer. Full story

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter has roped his son Lee into the upcoming camp to face Libya in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. Full story

Orlando Pirates have revealed the list of nominees for their Player of the Month award for August 2018. Full story

Former Chippa United coach Dan Malesela has found a new home just days after his departure from the Port Elizabeth-based outfit. Full story

SuperSport United are awaiting the work permit of new signing Billy Mutale. Full story

The Premier Soccer League have handed R100 000 fines to topflight newcomers Black Leopards and cash-strapped Bloemfontein Celtic for kit violations.  Full story

Cape Town City have eased concerns around influential midfielder Thabo Nodada, who got injured in the MTN8 semi-final win over Mamelodi Sundowns on Sunday. Full story

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter has named three replacements for his squad to face Libya in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier this weekend. Full story

Former Kaizer Chiefs star Siphiwe Tshabalala made his European debut, while Kurt Abrahams and Mihlali Mayambela were on the scoresheet in a good weekend for South Africans abroad. Full story

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