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CAF Champions League

* Chippa United boss Chippa Mpengesi tells KickOff.com that he has paid striker Aristide Bance all his outstanding salaries. Full story

* Maritzburg United chairman Farouk Kadodia is hopeful that his side can win their remaining two matches and survive relegation, starting against inconsistent Ajax Cape Town tonight. Full story

* Khama Billiat has revealed the secrets behind the success of Mamelodi Sundowns’ much-lauded attacking trio ‘CBD’ this season. Full story

* Golden Arrows coach Clinton Larsen has vowed that he will do no favours when his side host Jomo Cosmos today in the penultimate game of the season at Princess Magogo Stadium. Full story

Platinum Stars coach Cavin Johnson wants nothing less than a victory over Bloemfontein Celtic tonight to remain in third place ahead of Kaizer Chiefs. Full story

* Mamelodi Sundowns right-back Siyanda Zwane tells KickOff.com he can’t wait to get his hands on the Absa Premiership trophy on May 21 to complete his set of winning all the trophies the PSL has to offer. Full story

* The last time University of Pretoria drove up the N1 North to Polokwane they came back 5-1 winners against the same opponents that they are up against this evening in the second-last chapter of their survival quest. Full story

* Orlando Pirates defender Edwin Gyimah admits the team’s focus is on the Nedbank Cup because of their poor league challenge. Full story

* Orlando Pirates are set to look into out-of-favour striker Lehlohonolo Majoro’s provocative tweet he put on social media yesterday. Full story

* CAF have handed Zimbabwe champions Chicken Inn a US$5 000 fine (approximately R75 000) for their behaviour at the end of their Champions League tie against Mamelodi Sundowns in Atteridgeville in March. Full story

Golden Arrows forward Hellings Mhango insists they will not be taking the foot off the pedal tonight when they square up with Jomo Cosmos as they still have a goal to accomplish this season. Full story

* Former Nigeria national team coach Stephen Keshi is interested in coaching in the Premier Soccer League, according to agent Tim Sukazi. Full story

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