In Case You Missed It - February 11

Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder feels Khama Billiat has not quite been at his best in Soweto Derby matches. Full story

Former Sundowns and Wits defender Matthew Booth feels the Brazilians are favourites for the title, while the Clever Boys are starting to crack. Full story 

Orlando Pirates legend Benedict ‘Tso’ Vilakazi has shared his take on the weekend’s Soweto Derby. Full story

Benni McCarthy admitted it was not his team's night on Saturday as a dominant Cape Town City lost 1-0 to AmaZulu. Full story

CAF have confirmed Egyptian club Ismaily SC have been reinstated in the Champions League after a successful appeal of their expulsion. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp has said that no one at the club has a contract that guarantees a starting berth. Full story

Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt says there are still more games to be played before any results will determine the league championship. Full story

SA Players Abroad: Ex-Orlando Pirates striker Lyle Foster scored his first goal for Monaco, while Percy Tau set up another goal in Belgium. Full story

After Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates played to a 1-1 draw at FNB Stadium on Saturday, KickOff.com looks at five things we learnt. Full story

Orlando Pirates coach Milutin Sredojevic says he is unconcerned by his side’s dropped points and insists there is still a long way to go. Full story

George Lebese was so excited to be on the pitch again as he made his debut for SuperSport United in a 3-2 victory over Golden Arrows. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp downplayed Hendrick Ekstein’s mistake that cost them a Soweto Derby victory on Saturday. Full story

Sundowns, despite not playing, would no doubt have been the happiest with how things turned out in the Absa Premiership this weekend. Full story

SuperSport United’s want-away winger Thuso Phala returned to training on Monday, according to the player's mother Suzan Phala. Full story

Amajita coach Thabo Senong praised his players for qualifying for the 2019 FIFA World Cup through their participation at the U-20 Afcon. Full story

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