In Case You Missed it - May 28

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says he has never worked with a talent like Percy Tau before and admits he thought the forward would prove to be "one of those ice-cream players". Full story

Orlando Pirates have reportedly left the ball in Andile Jali's court regarding a possible return to Mayfair. Full story

Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper coach Brian Baloyi says he will reflect on his career options in the coming weeks. Full story

Orlando Pirates have set their sights on signing Chippa United midfielder Abel Mabaso. Full story

With another domestic season filed away, looks at 10 PSL players that need a career-saving move in the new campaign. Full story has learnt a swap deal could be on the cards involving Bidvest Wits striker Thobani Mncwango and Chippa United midfielder Mxolisi Macuphu. Full story

Zambian legend Christopher Katongo has responded ambiguously to reports he has retired from playing. Full story

Maritzburg United defender Siyanda Xulu admits he was surprised to be appointed captain of Bafana Bafana. Full story

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter has explained why he included Helman Mkhalele in his technical team for the COSAFA Cup. Full story

The South African Football Association insist the contentious presidency elections were free, fair and transparent. Full story

With the PSL Awards ceremony now just a day away, continues to bring you a statistical breakdown of all the candidates in the build up to the prestigious event. Full story

The PSL Footballer of the Season will walk away with a cool R250 000 at the awards function at Sandton Convention Centre on Tuesday night. Full story

National First Division side Uthongathi FC have appointed Johnny Ferreira as their head coach and brought back Pitso Dladla to serve as his assistant. Full story

Chief Mwelo Nonkonyana will fight for the nullification of the SAFA Elective Congress which was held at the Sandton Convention Centre on Saturday. Full story

Despite most leagues across the globe having reached their culmination, various smaller leagues are still in action with a number of South Africans making their mark the world over. Full story