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In case you missed it - KickOff.com headlines December 30

Posted: 30 December 2016 Time: 16:00

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

KickOff.com has learnt that French side Montpellier has joined the race to sign Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Keagan Dolly. Full story

Cape Town City FC have parted ways with Australian midfielder Matt Sim and Latvian defender Renars Rode. Full story

Prosport International CEO Mike Makaab has eased concerns surrounding his client Edwin Gyimah, who was involved in a car crash earlier this week in Obuasi, Ghana. Full story

Hlompho Kekana says he feels proud and privileged to have captained Mamelodi Sundowns this year, and feels the current crop are making their own history at Chloorkop. Full story

Ajax Cape Town have parted ways with midfielder Ali Abondo and striker Joaquim Lupeta. Full story

Maritzburg United interim coach Fadlu Davids expects Bryce Moon to play a big role for the club in the new year after shaking off an injury. Full story

outh African defender Thabo Cele has linked up with an agency headed by 'super agent' Jorge Mendes, who represents the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Angel Di Maria, James Rodriguez and Jose Mourinho. Full story

Cape Town City coach Eric Tinkler says he is not planning to sign any replacements for Australian midfielder Matthew Sim and Latvian defender Renars Rode as he believes he has enough cover in their respective positions. Full story

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane feels his side is on course, according to his targets, in their quest to defend the Absa Premiership title. Full story

Royal Eagles forward Sedwyn George ends 2016 as the man leading the charge in the National First Division scoring charts in what could be a tight race for the Division’s Golden Boot. Full story

The final votes have been tallied and verified for the 2016 KICK OFF Blogger Awards. This way to find out the winners! Full story

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