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In Case You Missed It - Headlines - February 5, 2018

Posted: 5 February 2018 Time: 19:00

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

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela has labelled Ryan Moon a "born striker" in light of his recent performances, while conceding that Gustavo Paez needs help. Full story

Following the close of the transfer window, picks out 10 January moves that could prove to be shrewd business. Full story

Orlando Pirates coach Milutin Sredojevic says the club is paying little attention to being second on the log heading into the final third of the season. Full story

With 10 rounds of matches left in the NFD, looks at the favourites to win automatic promotion, the play-off candidates and who will likely go down at the end of the season. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela expressed his disappointment at having dropped points against Bidvest Wits, but remains upbeat of their chances in the title chase. Full story

Mamelodi Sundowns assistant coach Manqoba Mngqithi feels referees should publicly explain their decisions. Full story

Cape Town City assistant coach Vasili Manousakis feels his team made log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns look “average” despite their league defeat on Friday night. Full story 

SuperSport United coach Eric Tinkler believes new striker Evans Rusike could be the answer to their goal scoring problems. Full story

Cape Town City chairman John Comitis has confirmed that Nigerian striker Victor Obinna has left the club due to family issues. Full story

Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt felt his side should have gotten more out of their game against Kaizer Chiefs, but refused to fault his players for their efforts. Full story

After an action packed weekend of Absa Premiership football, looks at five things we learned. Full story

Keagan Dolly’s upward trajectory in France keeps gaining momentum, as the South African started, and provided an assist, in Montpellier’s league victory over the weekend. Full story

The South Africa U-17 women's team look set to book a spot at the U-17 Women's World Cup after thumping Morocco 5-1 in the first leg of the final qualifier for the tournament. Full story

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