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In Case You Missed It - Headlines - June 18, 2018

Posted: 18 June 2018 Time: 19:00

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

Toni Silva and Andile Jali have officially started their Mamelodi Sundowns careers after reporting for their first day of work at Chloorkop today. Full story

Free State Stars coach Luc Eymael has revealed to that Gauteng giants Kaizer Chiefs and SuperSport United have both made contact with his agent regarding his availability. Full story

Orlando Pirates have announced the release of one of their defenders as they begin making space for their new signings. Full story

Baroka CEO Morgan Mammila insists the club have not received any offer for Zimbabwean attacker Talent Chawapiwa from Kaizer Chiefs. Full story

New AmaZulu signing Emiliano Tade believes he can offer the club something different upfront in the coming season. Full story

Orlando Pirates recruit Linda Mntambo has expressed delight over his move to his local club and cannot wait to get stuck into the new season. Full story

Cape Town City newcomer Riyaad Norodien has explained his return to the Mother City and has given an indication as to what fans can expect of him at the club. Full story reviews the season of Nedbank Cup champions Free State Stars. Full story

As part of the celebration of Youth Day, Kaizer Chiefs chairman Kaizer Motaung has reflected on the club's success at youth level in recent times. Full story

New Baroka FC coach Wedson Nyirenda has not ruled out the possibility of more players joining the club, after 10 new members of the team were unveiled on Friday. Full story

Kermit Erasmus tasted defeat for the first time in Sweden, while Lebo Moloto’s Nashville continued their good form in the USA in a quiet weekend for South African players abroad. Full story

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