In Case You Missed It - July 22

Transfer News

• The latest edition of KICK OFF Magazine (issue 472) hits shelves today, be sure to check it out as it’s jampacked with the best football articles. Full story

• Bloemfontein Celtic's Swazi trialists Felix Badenhorst and Sabelo Ndzinisa will know their fate after this weekend. Full story

• Amajita captain Tercious Malepe says the prospect of competing in major youth tournaments provides massive motivation to he and his teammates. Full story

• Chippa United goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi is thrilled at the opportunity to once again compete for Nigeria at the Olympic Games having been selected for the Beijing Games in 2008. Full story

• Free State Stars Football Club confirms the failed sale of the club's franchise to a consortium led by Gauteng MEC for Education, Mr. Panyaza Lesufi. Full story

• Banyana Banyana and the South African Under-23 National Team have all but wrapped up their preparations on home soil, as they get ready to depart for Brazil for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games starting next month. Full story

• Another PSL season has come and gone, yet once again very few strikers came to the party as goal-scoring continues to be a problem in our domestic league. Full story

• SAFA have agreed to allow key South Africa under-23 midfielder Keagan Dolly to honour his club responsibilities before joining his teammates at the Olympic Games. Full story

• Former Bafana Bafana defender Matthew Booth is confident that the South Africa Under-23 side heading to the Rio Olympics will have the ability to make it out of the group stages. Full story

• Orlando Pirates administrative officer Floyd Mbele says they have yet to recieve any offers for Sifiso Myeni and Lehlohonolo Majoro. Full story

• Bidvest Wits skipper Thulani Hlatshwayo has targeted an improvement of their second-place Absa Premiership finish from last season when they begin the 2016/17 campaign. Full story

• Mamelodi Sundowns attacker Anthony Laffor has praised Egyptian side Zamalek for the good hospitality the side were shown during their visit to the country last week. Full story

• Bidvest Wits goalkeeper Moeneeb Josephs says he is still "hungry, passionate and fired up", and dismisses any suggestions of retirement. Full story

• South African goalkeeper Darren Keet is set to decide between PSL runners-up Bidvest Wits or current Belgian champions Club Brugge as his next destination for the upcoming season. Full story

• Ugandan goal-poacher Geofrey Massa could be a Baroka FC player next week, according to Bakgaga’s chief executive officer Morgan Mamilla. Full story

• SuperSport United defender Clayton Daniels has brushed off speculation linking him to the new Cape Town club Cape Town City FC. Full story

• Former Mamelodi Sundown midfielder Bongani Zungu has revealed how Pitso Mosimane texted him an emotional farewell message ahead of his departure to Portugal. Full story

• Former Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Jabulani Mendu is licking his lips ahead of the new PSL season, and feels the "Big Three" will have their work cut out in the fight for Absa Premiership glory. Full story

• Kaizer Chiefs forward Bernard Parker has stressed the importance of going all out for Carling Black Label Cup glory, insisting a win bodes well ahead of the new season. Full story