In Case You Missed it - Sept 27


Kaizer Chiefs striker Bernard Parker has praised the club’s new signings for coming to the party early on in the season, and says this has lifted the spirit of the team. Full story

Former Orlando Pirates winger Dikgang Mabalane has bought into the club’s vision and believes the combination of technical and playing personnel is perfect. Full story understands that Mabhuti Khenyeza will follow AmaZulu teammate Siyabonga Nomvethe's lead and retire at the end of the season. Full story

Mamelodi Sundowns will have more firepower upfront when they face Bloemfontein Celtic next week at Dr Molemela Stadium. Full story

Baroka FC coach Wedson Nyirenda has described Zimbabwean winger Talent Chawapihwa as his “son” and says the player needs to show remorse to get back into the team. Full story

Former Ajax Cape Town and Cape Town City defender Thato Mokeke has joined the list of players who are currently on the look out for a new club after he was released by SuperSport United. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs coach Giovanni Solinas has explained his rotation policy as he guards against frustration building in the Amakhosi camp. Full story provides some insight on Orlando Pirates' new signing Ryan Adams. Full story

SuperSport United coach Kaitano Tembo has assured Matsatsantsa fans that striker Bradley Grobler will be available for the MTN8 final against Cape Town City at Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday. Full story

Mamelodi Sundowns left-back Lyle Lakay has picked which one of his former clubs he would like to see win the MTN8 Cup. Full story

With the 2018 MTN8 final on the horizon, looks at five reasons why Cape Town City could beat SuperSport United to the title this weekend. Full story

Cape Town City defender Edmilson Dove says his side’s comeback in their previous league fixture has provided much-needed motivation ahead of Saturday’s MTN8 final. Full story

Baroka FC coach Wedson Nyirenda says good football has to come with goals. Full story

SA Players Abroad: A number of South Africans were involved in midweek league and cup action with varying results, yet May Mahlangu and Siphiwe Tshabalala both emerged victorious. Full story