Latest KICK OFF magazine – April edition – out now!
Posted: 25 March 2013 Time: 12:40
In the latest KICK OFF magazine: Jali – is he arrogant or just misunderstood? Why is Itu stuck in SA? Phala says he wasn't a failure at Chiefs & Downs ... and how did Benjani sign for Chippa?
A bumper 100-page April edition of KICK OFF magazine is on sale now – and answers all the questions you have been asking!
The Orlando Pirates man says it is not his job to make people understand him, while coaches and friends paint a complex picture of football’s most complicated character.
All the national team talk has been around the midfielder’s recent Bafana Bafana exclusions, but in reality he had only played one game – as a late sub – in the six matches before Gordon Igesund became head coach.
Still, his views on the tactician pull no punches.
You’ve probably wondered on countless occasions why Itumeleng Khune is not playing in Europe yet.
The Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper – and new Bafana Bafana captain – is definitely good enough, so what is stopping him? High price tag?
Too comfortable at Kaizer Chiefs?
We speak to the experts who give us the answers.
It looks likely, and there are at least three very good reasons why that could happen, which you can tell just by looking at Chiefs’ defence.
The Glamour Boys have a treble of the country’s best centre-backs and that could prevent Pirates from running rampant again.
Tefu Mashamaite dishes the details on why their defence is the best form of attack.
Thuso Phala will be a SuperSport United player at the start of next season.
He tells us how he dealt with disappointment at Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns, and how he learned to ignore people who labeled him a “failure.”
How the hell did Chippa United secure Benjani’s signature?
The former Portsmouth attacker reveals all.
How did SUNDOWNS sign 6 foreigners?
Mamelodi Sundowns have six foreigners in their team, despite the League only allowing five players from outside the borders per club. How did they manage to do it? We let you in on their dirty little secret.
We have unfortunately been forced, by rising costs, to increase the cover price to R14 – but we are sure that once you have your hands on a copy you will agree it is worth every cent.