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In Case You Missed It - KickOff.com Headlines - July 27, 2018

Posted: 27 July 2018 Time: 19:00

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

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane is not a fan of having to rely on others for favours, so he’s urged his players to get a win tonight to keep their CAF Champions League campaign alive. Full story

Orlando Pirates midfielder Musa Nyatama has bemoaned the negative perception South African supporters have of players over the age of 30. Full story

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says he is in the market for a young goalkeeper. Full story

Ajax Cape Town have resigned themselves to competing in the National First Division next season following a lengthy court battle. Full story

KickOff.com has learnt that Mamelodi Sundowns striker Bongi Ntuli could be joining a club in Europe. Full story

Newly appointed Maritzburg United captain Siyanda Xulu believes he could offer more to the team this season with the benefit of a full pre-season. Full story

Mamelodi Sundowns striker Jeremy Brockie hopes he did well enough in the Shell Helix Cup last weekend to get an opportunity in tonight’s CAF Champions League Group C match against AS Togo-Port. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Wiseman Meyiwa has set his sights on earning a move abroad following his rise at club and international level. Full story

SAFA president Danny Jordaan has confirmed Banyana Banyana will play in the first ever Winnie Mandela International Challenge this year in honour of the late struggle icon. Full story

Free State Stars have completed the signing of Congolese ace Cesaire Gandze after he trained with the Nedbank Cup champions for close to three weeks. Full story

A place at the Africa U-17 Cup of Nations is just one step away after Amajimbos reached the COSAFA U-17 Championship final on Friday. Full story

Following the latest court events, KickOff.com’s Chad Klate unpacks the ongoing battle between Ajax Cape Town and the Premier Soccer League over the eligibility of Tendai Ndoro. Full story

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