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In Case You Missed It - KickOff.com headlines – January 10

Posted: 10 January 2017 Time: 18:30

The transfer window is gathering pace. Here are the football stories that made the biggest headlines on KickOff.com today.

Augusto Palacios is set to remain caretaker coach at Orlando Pirates, at least for now, with the search for a new head coach proving tricky. Full story

KickOff.com can confirm that Sameehg Doutie is set to sign a six-month deal with Ajax Cape Town for the remainder of the season. Full story

KickOff.com has received a tip that Free State Stars have been engaging Serame Letsoaka about taking over the head coaching post. Full story

Giovanni Solinas could be the next PSL coach to be without a job in the next few days with KickOff.com learning that he is ready to leave Free State Stars. Full story

As KickOff.com revealed yesterday, Maritzburg United have unveiled Roger de Sa as their new coach, and he reveals why he joined the club. Full story

Former Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper trainer Rainer Dinkelacker has offered insight on how Itumeleng Khune came to possess outstanding distribution skills, in particular his trademark 'side volley'. Full story

Cape Town City expect striker Lehlohonolo Majoro and influential midfielder Roland Putsche to have recovered in time for their next clash with Highlands Park. Full story

Alexandra Black Aces co-chairman Mario Morfou is disappointed by reports claiming Zimbabwean outfit Chicken Inn have gone to FIFA seeking compensation for the sale of Tendai Ndoro. Full story

Orlando Pirates have parted ways with their MultiChoice Diski Challenge coach Zipho Dlangalala, with Brighton Mhlongo set to take over his duties. Full story

FIFA have decided to expand the World Cup finals from 32 to 48 teams from 2026, while SAFA have questioned the number of African teams that should be included.

Several prominent figures in world football have criticised Barcelona for failing to attend the FIFA awards gala in Zurich on Monday. Full story

Portuguese captain Cristiano Ronaldo was voted FIFA’s 2016 Player of the Year at a glamorous ceremony in Zurich, Switzerland on Monday night. Full story

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