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In Case You Missed It - headlines January 4

Posted: 4 January 2017 Time: 19:00

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

Keagan Dolly looks likely to remain with Mamelodi Sundowns this season as early indications are that the PSL has ruled in favour of the club in his contract dispute. Full story has established that Chippa United striker Bongani Ndulula faces the possibility of being released during the current transfer window. Full story can confirm that striker Thabiso Nkoana has signed for National First Division leaders Thanda Royal Zulu until the end of the season with a two-year option to renew. Full story

May Mahlangu is set to make a quicker than expected recovery from injury and should join his Dinamo Bucharest teammates for their winter training in Spain this month. Full story

Siphiwe Tshabalala is this week celebrating 10 years at Kaizer Chiefs, a proud record for the man who has been a consistent presence in the team for the past decade. Full story

After a tough first half of the season, Ajax Cape Town captain Travis Graham feels things are on the up at the Cape club under coach Stanley Menzo. Full story

Golden Arrows coach Clinton Larsen feels the majority of teams will be on the hunt for a striker this January transfer window as clubs look to beef up their squads. Full story 

Baroka head coach Kgoloko Thobejane has revealed to the club's five new signings in the January transfer window. Full story

Platinum Stars general manager Senzo Mazingiza says the club is looking to sign "two or three players" in the January transfer window. Full story

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