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In Case You Missed It - headlines June 19

Posted: 19 June 2017 Time: 17:55

If you need to catch up, here are the football stories that made the biggest headlines on today. has been informed that Thabiso Kutumela has been identified for a move back to Baroka next season. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs have responded to reports circulating that goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma earns just R5000 a month. Full story has been informed that Selaotse ‘Sly’ Mosala will be working as Jean Francois Losciuto’s assistant at Free State Stars when the Belgian takes over. Full story

SuperSport United midfielder Mandla Masango says playing in the CAF Confederation Cup is a bonus for them as they’ll be fit and ready to face Orlando Pirates in the final of the Nedbank Cup. Full story

Baroka CEO Morgan Mammila says he is not concerned about losing any players to PSL rivals, claiming his team have not done enough to warrant any interest in their services. Full story

Former Zimbabwe midfielder Elasto Kapowezha has paid tribute to his friend, and former teammate, Edzai Kasinauyo following his untimely death last week. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs chairman Kaizer Motaung feels the team’s defence let them down this season, and hinted at a bringing in new faces to reinforce the backline ahead of the 2017/18 campaign. Full story

Departing Black Leopards coach Jean Losciuto dismisses links to Free State Stars although news reaching indicates he will take over at Ea Lla Koto. Full story

Excitement is steadily building among the ranks of Orlando Pirates fans as the Nedbank Cup final draws ever closer. Full story

United Rovers will be playing their football in the SAFA ABC Motsepe League next season after their Sunday’s dominant performance in the play-offs. Full story

SuperSport United midfielder Cole Alexander has declared himself “fully fit” ahead of the upcoming Nedbank Cup final against Orlando Pirates. Full story

AmaZulu winger Ovidy Karuru may leave the club before the new season starts as he is wanted by two unnamed clubs in Scandinavia. Full story

Returning Mamelodi Sundowns forward Anthony Laffor says his side will not settle for a draw ahead of their crunch CAF Champions League clash against Esperance. Full story can reveal that Stellenbosch FC captain Junaid Sait could further his career with Baroka FC in the Absa Premiership next season. Full story

SuperSport United defender Clayton Daniels has brushed off concerns that the players might risk burning out as their CAF Confederation Cup campaign continues. Full story

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