In Case You Missed It - May 4

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SuperSport United and the South African Football Association have agreed terms on the release of coach Stuart Baxter to Bafana Bafana at the end of the current PSL season. Full story.

The Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee has charged Luc Eymael for failing to comply with an order of the PSL Dispute Resolution Chamber. Full story.

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela says if only luck was on their side this season they could have been in a better position to win the 2016/17 Absa Premiership. Full story.

Title rivals Bidvest Wits and Mamelodi Sundowns have been confirmed as the Absa Premiership Q-Innovation Quarter One (Q1) and Quarter Two (Q2) winners. Full story.

Orlando Pirates Kjell Jonevret sees Golden Arrows as one of their chief rivals in the battle for a top-eight finish. Full story.

Baroka CEO Morgan Mammila tells KickOff.com he trusts that newly promoted Thanda Royal Zulu will not make the mistake of thinking the Premier Soccer League is on the same level as the National First Division. Full story.

Platinum Stars chairman Cliff Ramoroa has faith coach Cavin Johnson will safely see the team through their final five league games of the season. Full story.

KickOff.com has learnt that Chippa United have parted ways with assistant coach Zipho Dlangalala. Full story.

Tsepo Masilela has acknowledged that finishing two seasons in a row without silverware will be disappointing as they will have failed to meet the expectations of a club of Kaizer Chiefs’ status. Full story.

Kaizer Chiefs defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele says if they don’t win the Premiership this season they must at least try finish second so they can play in the CAF Champions League next term. Full story.

Bafana Bafana remain 64th in the latest world rankings, released by Fifa on Thursday. Full story.

KickOff.com has established that Mamelodi Sundowns have exercised the last option on Colombian striker Leonardo Castro’s contract. Full story.

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