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In Case You Missed It - headlines September 27

Posted: 27 September 2017 Time: 18:25

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

Zambia coach Wedson Nyirenda believes striker Justin Shonga will succeed at Orlando Pirates. Full story 

Ajax Cape Town captain Mosa Lebusa is determined to get one over cross-town rivals Cape Town City in the first Cape derby of the season. Full story

Mamelodi Sundowns defender Wayne Arendse suspects his chances of playing abroad would have been much higher had he competed in the CAF Champions League at a younger age. Full story

Orlando Pirates winger Riyaad Norodien is close to regaining full fitness, according to Bucs' medical team. Full story

Cape Town City boss Benni McCarthy is desperate for Cape Town bragging rights as he prepares for his first Cape derby as a coach. Full story

A former coach of Wiseman Meyiwa is excited by the teenager's emergence at Kaizer Chiefs. Full story

New Orlando Pirates signing Justin Shonga says he would like to emulate the achievements of fellow Zambians Perry Mutapa and Isaac Chansa at the Buccaneers. Full story

Cape Town City chairman John Comitis says the club would only consider selling influential winger Aubrey Ngoma at the end of the season if the price is right. Full story

Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt was delighted that his side finally managed to get their first clean sheet of the season against Orlando Pirates. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela admits his team need to improve their record at home and has questioned whether their struggles to pack out FNB Stadium is partly to blame. Full story

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