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In Case You Missed It - Oct 5

Posted: 5 October 2017 Time: 18:00

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

Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates are unlikely to go head-to-head in a legal battle for Zambian striker Justin Shonga. Full story

Under-fire Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela insists he is not considering quitting the club despite many supporters baying for his blood. Full story

Nigerian legend Jay-Jay Okocha says his vote goes to Oscarine Masuluke for the Puskas Award, while ex-Chelsea star Roberto Di Matteo is also impressed with the Baroka goalkeeper's stunning goal. Full story

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Mamelodi Sundowns’ reserve team coach David Notoane believes Motjeka Madisha can handle the pressure of being part of a Bafana Bafana squad that is under pressure to win at all costs. Full story

Ajax Cape Town coach Stanley Menzo had some harsh words to say about the underperforming wingers in his squad, and hopes to see vast improvement following the FIFA international break. Full story

Cheslyn Jampies's long search for a club looks to be over after agreeing terms with Richards Bay FC. Full story

Former Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Innocent 'Ayobayo' Mayoyo feels Kaizer Chiefs are much more dangerous when Itumeleng Khune is in goal. Full story

Bloemfontein Celtic midfielder Jacky Motshegwa insists there is no such thing as a friendly between Phunya Sele Sele and Kaizer Chiefs. Full story

SAFA president Danny Jordaan is hoping for a much improved Bafana Bafana side after describing the team’s defeat to Cape Verde in Praia as the “worst performance” he has seen in a long time. Full story

Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune is inspired by the 'Class of 1998' in his bid to help the team qualify for the World Cup. Full story











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