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Posted: 24 March 2016 Time: 09:42

The latest issue of KICK OFF magazine (issue 468) hits shelves today, and once again it is packed with the best local and international content. Here's what you can expect ...

Benni McCarthy
We have an exclusive six-page article with Benni McCarthy, where he opens up about his new challenges his faces as a coach, the possibility of taking over at Orlando Pirates and having no desire to coach Bafana Bafana.

Tendai Ndoro
The Zimbabwean hitman’s patience was tested on the Orlando Pirates bench, but he is now making up for wasted time. He explains his time with the Buccaneers, his goals going forward and his toughest defender.

Camaldine Abraw
The Kaizer Chiefs striker explains his controversial move from Free State Stars to Kaizer Chiefs and seeing his name dragged through the mud, and also Amakhosi’s disappointing season. 

Chris O’Loughlin
We profile the former Orlando Pirates assistant coach who grabbed his opportunities to become the only South African to be head coach at a European club.

Prince Nxumalo
From fearing for his professional career after a series of health scares to making it into the Bafana Bafana set-up, Prince Nxumalo is making a name for himself.

Hlompho Kekana
Kekana has been a key man in Sundowns’ title charge this season, and has now set his sights on doing the same for the national team.

Daine Klate
One of the players of the season so far, Daine Klate shows no signs of slowing down. But with not much time left on his contract, he is exploring the option of moving to China or Dubai.

My Teammates – Orlando Pirates
Brighton Mhlongo, Thabo Matlaba and Sifiso Myeni spill the beans about their Orlando Pirates teammates. You absolutely canot miss this one!! 

FIFA
Veteran journalist Mark Gleeson gives his take on the new hierachy at FIFA – and whether they will be able to restore credibility to football’s governing body.

Chinese Revolution
China has emerged as a likely destination for some of the world’s top footballers – thanks to a R13-trillion revolution!

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