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In Case You Missed It - headlines August 30

Posted: 30 August 2017 Time: 17:56

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

Mamelodi Sundowns defender Kwanda Mngonyama is seeking a move away from the club before the window closes. Full story has learnt that Orlando Pirates midfielder Marshall Munetsi could make his way to Ajax Cape Town before the transfer window closes at midnight tomorrow. Full story

Mamelodi Sundowns striker Keletso Makgalwa says he is excited that he'll get to play with his role model Khama Billiat in the first team this season. Full story

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter expects his team to treat upcoming opponents Cape Verde like they are European powerhouses Spain. Full story

Jomo Cosmos have been boosted by the availability of Burundian centre-back Frederic Nsabiyumva. Full story

Cape Town City coach Benni McCarthy says he’s not entirely satisfied despite four wins in a row, and is using the international break to work on his side’s weaknesses. Full story

Mthatha Bucks head coach Ian Palmer says he must first have a serious talk with Luyolo Nomandela before deciding whether to sign the former Mamelodi Sundowns attacker. Full story

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter says the 2018 World Cup qualifier against Cape Verde may look easy on paper, but they should guard against taking their opponents lightly. Full story

The Premier Soccer League has confirmed the deadline for the local transfer window. Full story

Striker Tyrique Bartlett hopes to one day possess the aerial threat of his father, Bafana Bafana legend Shaun Bartlett. Full story

Ajax Cape Town playmaker Toriq Losper has revealed he is well on the road to recovery, but only expects to be back in action at the end of September. Full story

Rhulani Manzini has indicated a need to challenge himself influenced his move from Chippa United to AmaZulu. Full story

Maritzburg United's rising talent Lebohang Maboe is hungry for honours and is determined to help his team beat SuperSport United to a place in the MTN8 final. Full story

Cape Town City defender Robyn Johannes feels he’s playing the best football of his life and is relishing being back home in the Cape. Full story

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