If you need to catch up, here are some of the stories that made headlines through the week on Soccer24.

Cameroonian Christian Epoupa was the toast of the day when he scored a memorable brace to propel Dynamos to a 2-0 victory over Caps, their first since 2014.

The Zimbabwe Football Association Philip Chiyangwa hailed Walter Magaya for opening the doors at his Yadah Hotel to the Mighty Warriors during their COSAFA Women Championship final preparations.

Former Dynamos and Warriors defender James Matola says he dreams of coaching the national soccer team in future.

Seven nations booked their spot at the 2018 Russia World Cup. Of the teams which have qualified so far, only one have won the trophy before: Brazil. Furthermore, Korea Republic are the only other team besides the Selecao to even reach the semi-final.

FIFA ordered a replay of the match between South Africa and Senegal to be played in two months time. The decision comes after Court of Arbitration for Sport uphold the life ban of the match referee who officiated the game.

The organizers of the COSAFA Women’s Championship decided to make entry free in all matches to be played during the tournament.

Ex Highlanders gaffer Bongani Mafu appealed to the country’s football mother body ZIFA to intervene on his behalf in his running battle with his Botswana employer, Mochudi Centre Chiefs.

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane challenged Khama Billiat to replicate his form that won accolades if he want to stand a chance of moving to Europe.

Details emerged of the deal for a possible Christian Epoupa’s last minute transfer to Ajax Cape Town collapsed after the South African club offered a paltry $30 000 for the Cameroonian.

Highlanders chief executive officer Nhlanhla Dube conceded that if they fail to make drastic decisions, the Bulawayo football giants are bound to go the Zimbabwe Saints way.

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