In the new KICK OFF Magazine - May
Posted: 22 April 2016 Time: 11:03
The latest issue of KICK OFF magazine (issue 469) hits shelves today, and once again it is packed with the best local and international content. Here's what you can expect ...
KICK OFF Footballer of the Season
It’s that time of the year, when we ask you to vote for your KICK OFF Footballer of the Season. Eight players have been nominated, who is your pick?
It’s been almost three years since Jabu Mahlangu’s all-revealing interview in KICK OFF Magazine. He reflects on the happenings since then, and what the future holds.
The Orlando Pirates defender was forced to call time on his career after a persistent knee injury. We pay tribute to Sangweni’s contributions to South African football.
Senior writer Zola Doda analyses Kaizer Chiefs’ shortcomings this season, and what they need to do to avoid a repeat in 2016/17.
Another overseas-based player who feels he has been short-changed by Shakes Mashaba, Patosi has not yet given up hope on his Bafana Bafana dreams.
One of the unsung heroes in the Sundowns set-up, ‘Mr Cool’ reflects on the challenges of captaining The Brazilians and is looking to complete a full haul of trophies at Chloorkop.
‘Dance’ has transformed Chippa United since replacing Roger Sikhakhane, playing an attacking brand of football that even has opposition fans excited. He discusses his philosophies and plans with us.
At 34, Maluleke is arguably in the best form of his life, and he shows no signs of slowing down. But where will he be next season?
Iheanacho and Iwobi
It’s been a dark time for Nigerian football, but in the young Manchester City and Arsenal stars the future looks distinctively bright.
The legendary Real Madrid and Spanish striker speaks to KICK OFF about the club’s current situation, how the modern forward has evolved and, of course, Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Dutch master, considered one of the greatest players of all time, recently passed away. We pay tribute to the inventor of ‘Total Football’ and recall some of his peculiar tales.
Our secret footballer discusses the misplaced criticism of ‘former stars’ and how it affects the modern footballer.
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