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In Case You Missed It - Headlines - May 31, 2018

Posted: 31 May 2018 Time: 19:00

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

Kaizer Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung says the club is fully capable of making changes to their playing personnel even before announcing their new coach. Full story

Andile Jali could don the colours of former African champions Mamelodi Sundowns next season, but the big question is where would he fit in at the club? Full story

Throwback Thursday: Sibusiso 'Tso' Mazibuko enjoyed his football at Moroka Swallows but received his biggest payday at Orlando Pirates. Full story

Mamelodi Sundowns forward Percy Tau says his PSL Footballer of the Season crowning was never a target of his, but it came only as a reward for his contribution to the team’s success. Full story

Keagan Buchanan looks likely to depart Kaizer Chiefs as a free agent as his representatives Siyavuma Sports Group negotiate for the mutual termination of his contract. Full story

Cape Town City are set to part ways with goalkeeper Shu-Aib Walters at the end of June. Full story

Black Leopards on Wednesday secured their return to the Absa Premiership for the first time in five years, continuing a trend in the play-offs. Full story

Polokwane City chairman Johnny Mogaladi is thrilled neighbouring Black Leopards are back in the Absa Premiership after a five-year absence. Full story

Zimbabwe have been dealt a massive blow following news that star striker and captain Knowledge Musona could be ruled out of their COSAFA Cup plans. Full story

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