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In Case You Missed It - Headlines - July 2, 2018

Posted: 2 July 2018 Time: 19:00

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

The Premier Soccer League have responded to the South Gauteng High Court's ruling in favour of Ajax Cape Town in the Tendai Ndoro matter. Full story

Pitso Mosimane says Mamelodi Sundowns' pre-season friendly with Township Rollers was a productive exercise when it came to integrating the club's new signings and working out the cobwebs. Full story

Judge Denise Fisher of the South Gauteng High Court has ruled in favour of Ajax Cape Town in the Tendai Ndoro matter. Full story

Former Tshwane University of Technology striker Themba Ndlovu has parted ways with National First Division side Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC. Full story

Orlando Pirates assistant coach Rhulani Mokwena has outlined the importance of pre-season as the club looks to go the distance in their title challenge. Full story

Chippa United are considering loaning out new signing Ruzaigh Gamildien before he even kicks a ball for the Absa Premiership side. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Hendrick Ekstein has explained why his teammates at Naturena call him 'De Bruyn'. Full story

Baroka have signed Swaziland's Golden Boot winner Charles Molapo as they continue their recruitment drive for 2018/19. Full story

Orlando Pirates are currently busy with pre-season preparations in Nelspruit, before they jet off to Zambia for the second leg of their programme. Full story

America-based Lebogang Moloto continued his rich vein of form, netting his fifth goal of the season as he headlines our wrap of South African players in action abroad. Full story

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