Onyango leaves Sundowns camp

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

• Sundowns have suffered a big blow just a few days before their clash with Kaizer Chiefs after another team member was released from camp. Full story

OFFICIAL: The much-anticipated Telkom Knockout quarterfinal between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates is set to be staged in Durban. Full story

• Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt seems to have lost interest in a long-running story regarding him and the national team. Full story

• Orlando Pirates’ position in the league could be lost to Stellenbosch as coach Steve Barker fires a warning ahead of this weekend’s fixture. Full story

• Highlands Park coach Owen da Gama has warned that they won't allow Sundowns to score early in their Absa Premiership match tonight. Full story

• Sergio dos Santos has revealed what he believes is the right Kaizer Chiefs team to face defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns. Full story

PSL RANKINGS: Possession in the modern game is a key factor and a number of Absa Premiership sides currently employ this tactic. Full story

• Former Orlando Pirates winger Sifiso Myeni says he is not yet done playing football and will hopefully to return to the beautiful game soon. Full story

PHOTO MEMORIES: Today marks three years since Sundowns' maiden CAF Champions League triumph when they beat Zamalek in 2016. Full story

• Polokwane City coach Zlatko Krmpotic believes the standard of football in SA has dropped considerably since the days of Shoes Moshoeu. Full story

• Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has assured the club's fans there is more to see from Uruguayan striker Mauricio Affonso than just his aerial presence. Full story

• Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp has called for more professionalism as he feels there is still plenty of room for improvement from his team. Full story

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