In Case You Missed It - KickOff.com Headlines - March 22, 2018
Posted: 22 March 2018
If you need to catch up, here are the football stories that made the biggest headlines on KickOff.com on Wednesday.
Despite declaring his desire to return to the PSL next season, midfielder Andile Jali has attracted interest from European clubs. Full story
South African reserve league champions Golden Arrows are set to come up against La Liga side Girona in the wake of their Real Madrid thrashing. Full story
Orlando Pirates' head of development Augusto Palacios has admitted disappointment at the downfall of former Bafana Bafana striker Tokelo Rantie. Full story
Witbank Spurs have not been able to register former Baroka FC captain Olaleng Shaku. Full story
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane feels the CAF Champions League group stage draw was fair on his side, but noted which opponents he will be wary about. Full story
Orlando Pirates' attacking midfielder Thembinkosi Lorch says players now understand the importance of playing for the club’s badge. Full story
Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt is confident striker James Keene will stay with the club, while the Clever Boys are expected to exercise the option in Daylon Claasen’s contract. Full story
Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter was happy with what he saw in their opening clash of the four-nations tournament in Zambia and promises changes aplenty in the final. Full story
Chippa United chairman Chippa Mpengesi wants the club to become one of the most recognisable sporting brands in South Africa. Full story
Former Baroka FC goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke says he has learnt to live with the decision the club took to sack him for ill-discipline. Full story
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