'Pirates need a miracle to win the league'

Premiership

In case you missed it, here are the stories that made the biggest headlines on KickOff.com on Tuesday.

• Marks Maponyane cautions the expected title contenders against believing there are only two teams in the race, and reveals his dark horse. Full story

• Polokwane City midfielder Edgar Manaka almost broke the internet after proposing to his fiance Kwanele Felicia Mabuza on an aeroplane. Full story

• Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has reacted to their recent Telkom Knockout and CAF Champions League draw results. Full story

MY DREAM TEAM: Matthew Booth shares his Dream Team of players he played alongside during his illustrious career. Full story

• Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp has seemingly had a go at false preachers and philosophers who don’t appreciate his honesty. Full story

DONE DEAL! Baroka FC have completed the signing of an ex-Bloemfontein Celtic, University of Pretoria and Ajax Cape Town midfielder. Full story

• Doctor Khumalo has opened up about his past and credited Orlando Pirates legend Teboho Moloi for helping him launch his career. Full story

• Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki has revealing how Keagan Dolly was previously reduced to tears upon picking up an injury in camp. Full story

• Orlando Pirates captain Happy Jele says his team have been using the international break to rectify the mistakes they have been making. Full story

• The Premier Soccer League has confirmed a date for the next disciplinary hearing for Black Leopards chairman David Thidiela. Full story

• Kaizer Chiefs talisman Khama Billiat has discussed his team’s current log position and explained why it’s causing him stress at the moment. Full story

• TS Galaxy chairman Tim Sukazi has a very postive outlook on his club's challenges as they compete on the continent and for promotion. Full story

• Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has given his assessment of Tokelo Rantie so far at Chloorkop. Full story

• The situation Orlando Pirates’ currently find themselves in is rather puzzling, according to one of their midfielders. Full story

• The SABC has confirmed that not every single Bafana Bafana match will be shown on the public broadcaster. Full story

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