In the new KICK OFF magazine...

Posted: 20 February 2015 Time: 12:54 pm

In the March edition of KICK OFF magazine, on sale now, we bring you more of the best stories in the local game!

We catch up with the Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates midfielder, who in response to the speculation linking him with a move to Mamelodi Sundowns tells us that "football is business". Oupa also talks about the loss of his friend Senzo Meyiwa and the criticism Pirates have received from supporters due to loss of form.
Since making his professional debut in 2002, Sundowns maestro Modise has been through more ups than downs but he is still standing. In this interview, the 'Navigator' explains the real reasons for his previous loss of form and how he managed to bounce back and help Sundowns win the League.
The Orlando Pirates striker has been the in-form PSL striker lately and he explains why he wants to win the Golden Boot.
SuperSport United’s new recruit puts the boo-boys behind him after enduring a torrid time at Kaizer Chiefs.
Is there a life after Orlando Pirates for 'Sox'? Segolela bids Pirates a fond farewell after joining Platinum Stars.
From factory worker to Chiefs’ newest recruit...
We look at Orlando Pirates in Africa, Polokwane City flexing their muscles in the top-flight, and we rate Bafana Bafana’s performance at Afcon 2015.

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