In the new KICK OFF Magazine – June 2016
Posted: 20 May 2016 Time: 12:33
The latest issue of KICK OFF magazine (issue 470) hits shelves today, a bumper edition which is again packed with the best local and international content. Here's what you can expect ...
We bring you the KICK OFF Footballer of the Season, as voted by you the readers, as Khama Billiat reflects on an impressive season in the colours of Mamelodi Sundowns.
We talk face-to-face with former Kaizer Chiefs star Junior Khanye, who lays it all on the table, talking openly about booze, girls and his failed footballing career as a result.
We relive the 2015/16 season, showcasing key moments and breaking down exactly how Mamelodi Sundowns won the Absa Premiership.
Ghanaian fan favourite speaks about making history at Orlando Pirates, his spat with George Maluleka, while insisting that he’s a soft guy!
Chiefs’ shining light
William Twala has been one of very few standout performers in what has been a tough season for Kaizer Chiefs, as the winger talks us through his first half-season at Naturena.
The world's best
We wrap up our list of the globe’s Top 100 footballers ... who makes it in at number one?
Banyana’s Olympic hopefuls
We profile the women who carry the hopes of the nation, as South Africa’s national women’s side prepare to fly the flag in Rio de Janeiro.
The Bafana Bafana star narrowly lost out on a fourth Dutch League title on the last day of the season. But what does the future hold for the talented midfielder?
R9-million CAF safari
We break down exactly how much money is spent by South African clubs on their continental travels in CAF competition.
Boot and kit guide
We test and review all the latest boot technology from all major football brands in our 2016 Boot & Kit Guide.
The former France international and Real Madrid midfielder talks exclusively to KICK OFF about the current strength of La Liga, what needs to be done in Africa, and running for the Fifa presidency.
Euro 2016 preview
The favourites, dark horses and surprise packages – all you need to know ahead of the 2016 Euro Championships in France.
Post-season blues are the hardest thing to live with ...
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