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In Case You Missed It - headlines In case you missed it - February 17

Posted: 17 February 2017 Time: 17:55

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

Happy Jele says it is unfair that the blame should only be directed at Orlando Pirates' defenders, despite the side sitting with the second-worst defensive record in the Premiership. Full story.

Absa Premiership title hopefuls SuperSport United will have to make do without striker Bradley Grobler, who has undergone surgery on Friday. Full story.

Platinum Stars duo Vuyo Mere and Siyabonga Zulu insist Dikwena will go on the attack in the second leg of their CAF Confederation Cup preliminary fixture with Uniao de Songo in Maputo, Mozambique. Full story.

Cape Town City skipper Lebogang Manyama has opened up about his combination with teammate Aubrey Ngoma, and reveals the secret behind their success this season. Full story.

Retired goalkeeper Williams Okpara is backing Mamelodi Sundowns to make a bold statement by winning the CAF Super Cup and prove that they are the undisputed kings of continental club football. Full story.

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says this weekend’s CAF Super Cup clash against TP Mazembe is more than just a game, with money, bragging rights and pride all on the line. Full story. can confirm that New Zealand goalkeeper Glenn Moss is wanted by three South African clubs as he nears the possibility of playing in the PSL. Full story.

The resurgence of Kaizer Chiefs has propelled Steve Komphela to within a single victory of his longest league winning run at the helm of the country’s most popular club. Full story.

Cape Town City coach Eric Tinkler explains to his thinking behind setting a rather modest target this season, despite being amongst the Absa Premiership title challengers. Full story.

Mamelodi Sundowns tell they have lined up the 'mother of all entertainment' for tomorrow's CAF Super Cup encounter against DRC giants TP Mazembe, according to club spokesman Thulani Thuswa. Full story.

Wayne Arendse says Mamelodi Sundowns won’t be intimidated by their more illustrious opponents from the DR Congo, TP Mazembe in Saturday's lucrative CAF Super Cup clash. Full story.

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela says the club are continuing to assess the fitness of Togolese striker Camaldine Abraw. Full story.

Erick Mathoho, Thamsanqa Sangweni, Brian Onyango, Jackson Mabokgwane and Henrico Botes are amongst those PSL players suspended for the next round of Absa Premiership action. Full story. has learnt that Orlando Pirates are preparing to register goalkeeper Emmanuel Daniel ahead of their trip to the Mother City to face Cape Town City on Saturday. Full story.

Cape Town City have received a major boost ahead of their league game against Orlando Pirates after Zimbabwean goalkeeper Tatenda Mukuruva received his work permit. Full story.

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