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In Case You Missed It - KickOff.com headlines September 28

Posted: 28 September 2017 Time: 18:00

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

Kaizer Chiefs have released trialist Julien Ebah but continue to assess fellow Cameroonian forward Julien Ebah. Full story

Platinum Stars coach Roger de Sa feels PSL clubs have been taking African competition seriously since he and Eric Tinkler nearly tasted continental glory with Orlando Pirates a few years back. Full story

Cape Town City skipper Robyn Johannes says he’s hoping to paint the Mother City blue come Saturday afternoon ahead of this weekend’s Cape derby. Full story

SuperSport United have announced that CAF have moved their Confederation Cup clash with Club Africain to Sunday at Lucas Moripe Stadium (15h00). Full story

Kaizer Chiefs centre-back Erick Mathoho says a hard lesson was learnt as he gears up for Saturday's showdown with Baroka in Durban. Full story

Patrick Phungwayo says it has not been a major transition since swapping Orlando Pirates for Free State Stars. Full story

KickOff.com editor Tshepang Mailwane shares his experience of being at the Emirates Stadium in London, where he noticed how legends at Arsenal are never forgotten. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela believes modern football favours players with pace and is moving away from a reliance on strength and physicality. Full story

The University of Pretoria varsity team will travel to neighbours Tshwane University of Technology tonight to face off in the final showdown of the 2017 Varsity Football tournament. Full story

Maritzburg United defender Pogiso Sanoka expects an aggressive Free State Stars outfit when the teams collide at Harry Gwala Stadium on Friday night. Full story




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