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In Case You Missed it – November 21

If you need to catch up, here are the football stories that made the biggest headlines on KickOff.com on Wednesday.

Mamelodi Sundowns are set to begin their CAF Champions League campaign next week, but quite a few of their stars look to have missed out on being registered for the competition. Full story

Soweto Derby cup hero: Sthembiso Ngcobo didn’t have the best of times at Kaizer Chiefs, but the night Amakhosi beat Orlando Pirates 3-0 in a final eight years ago will no doubt live long in his memory. Full story

Bidvest Wits midfielder Gift Motupa has put his Orlando Pirates shortcomings behind him as he seeks glory days with his new club. Full story 

Paraguay coach Juan Carlos Osorio says Percy Tau was South Africa’s most dangerous player in the Nelson Mandela Challenge clash. Full story

Soweto Derby hero: Oupa Manyisa helped Orlando Pirates avenge their 2010 Telkom Knockout final loss to Kaizer Chiefs when his long-range shot flummoxed Itumeleng Khune in the MTN8. Full story

KickOff.com can confirm that AmaZulu are assessing former Chippa United defender Ayabulela Konqobe. Full story

New Black Leopards coach Dylan Kerr will be tasked with deciding the fate of trialists Abia Nale and Enocent Mkhabela, according to club boss David Thidiela. Full story 

New Black Leopards coach Dylan Kerr will be tasked with deciding the fate of trialists Abia Nale and Enocent Mkhabela, according to club boss David Thidiela. Full story 

Bidvest Wits forward Lehlohonolo Majoro is biding his time on the sidelines and says he is fully understanding of his curtailed role this season. Full story

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