In Case You Missed It - June 7


If you need to catch up, here are the stories that made the biggest headlines on on Friday.

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter has offered some assurance to an Orlando Pirates midfielder of his chances for AFCON. Full story

The body of the late David Mkandawire will finally be flown back home to Malawi on Friday. Full story

Former Orlando Pirates winger Luis Boa Morte has been announced as the new Everton assistant manager to Marco Silva. Full story

Two new clubs will ply their trade in the National First Division from next season. Full story

South Africa under-23 coach David Notoane is happy with what he got during the COSAFA Cup. Full story

A Bafana Bafana defender has gone silent for three days after being excused from the squad as they prepare for AFCON. Full story

Ex-Zambia forward Clifford Mulenga believes his former teammate Lazarous Kambole can easily score 15 goals for Kaizer Chiefs. Full story

Malawi forward Gabadinho Mhango has been praying for an opportunity to play against South Africa for years. Full story

Wydad Casablanca president Said Naciri has spoken out since the recent CAF Champions League final replay ruling. Full story

CAF president Ahmad Ahmad has been released from custody and has received support from FIFA boss Gianni Infantino. Full story

Cape Town City attacking midfielder Gift Links is grateful to get an opportunity to be part of the under-23 side at the COSAFA Cup. Full story

We caught up with Darren Keet, the Bafana Bafana and Bidvest Wits goalkeeper, who shares the five things we do not know about him. Full story

There are a number of PSL players who will be looking to make off-season moves to resurrect their regressing careers. Full story

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter has assured the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations is not so much about him as it is about the team doing well. Full story

Esperance de Tunis have released an official statement over being stripped of a fourth CAF Champions League title. Full story

Video: Bafana Bafana are just under three weeks' away from the start of their Africa Cup of Nations campaign. Full story

FIFA have released an official statement in the wake of CAF President Ahmad Ahmad being detained by French authorities on Thursday. Full story