In Case You Missed It - headlines April 4

accreditation has learnt that Roger de Sa is being considered as a replacement for Stuart Baxter at SuperSport United should the Brit return to the Bafana Bafana hotseat at the end of the season. Full story.

The heavily congested month of April has brought up a rare occurrence that will have football played for 20 of the 30 days with a massive 58 games scheduled. Full story.

Newly-elected CAF president Ahmad will attend a COSAFA meeting in Sandton, Johannesburg on Friday. Full story.

James Kwesi Appiah has been reappointed head coach of Ghana, having been handed a two-year contract, which will start on May 1. Full story.

Orlando Pirates forward Dove Wome believes the club will soon get out of the slump that has left them uncomfortably near to the drop zone. Full story.

Kaizer Chiefs defender Daniel Cardoso says they will treat the Nedbank Cup last-16 tie against Acornbush United like they are preparing for a match with African champions Mamelodi Sundowns. Full story.

Clifton Miheso has officially filed a complaint to FIFA following allegations he was forced to terminate his contract with former club Golden Arrows at gunpoint in January. Full story.

Bhongolethu Jayiya’s hat-trick for Cape Town City last night marked only the second treble of the Absa Premiership season, after Tendai Ndoro’s three-peat on the opening week of 2016/17. Full story.

SAFA Tshwane tell they are ready to throw the book at the perpetrators of the incident that saw TUT Football coach Bushy Moloi rushed to hospital after being stabbed during the SAB League match on Saturday. Full story.

Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Denis Onyango is available for tomorrow's league clash with Bloemfontein Celtic at Lucas Moripe Stadium after recovering from an injury. Full story.

Platinum Stars coach Cavin Johnson suspects Baroka have a "Nedbank Cup Juju man" as he gears up for tonight's last-16 meeting at Old Peter Mokaba Stadium. Full story.

Bloemfontein Celtic coach Luc Eymael admits the side will be taking all necessary precautions when they face Mamelodi Sundowns on Wednesday evening. Full story.

Cape Town City coach Eric Tinkler described his side’s first-half showing as “phenomenal” following the club’s resounding 4-1 win over Chippa United on Monday evening. Full story.

Hat-trick hero Bhongolethu Jayiya says Cape Town City’s win over Chippa United was more important than his hat-trick after the club returned to the Absa Premiership summit. Full story.

Kaizer Chiefs defender Tsepo Masilela believes he remains at his best as he grinds down to dealing with the competition that has been brought by the arrival of Sibusiso Khumalo at the club. Full story.