In the new KICK OFF Magazine
Posted: 24 June 2016 Time: 10:08
The latest edition of KICK OFF Magazine (issue 471) hits shelves today, and as usual it’s jampacked with the best football articles.
‘Yeye’ was the big departure at Kaizer Chiefs, and in this four-page article he talks about his reasons for leaving, he reflects on the good and bad times at Naturena, and he looks to the future and what he wants to achieve with SuperSport United.
“As soon as I see an article in the media saying Moeneeb is slow then I will know I’m f**ked up” – Josephs pulls no punches in this interview, talking about his future, Wits’ failures in CAF and his limited Bafana chances.
One of the unsung heroes of Mamelodi Sundowns’ double success, Langerman talks of his transition to a top-class defender and his daily fights with Pitso Mosimane.
Mad Muhsin is the 20th coach at Pirates in the last 20 years. We speak to the experts to find out what he will bring to the Buccaneers table and whether he can bring back the glory days.
The Senegalese midfielder reflects on a difficult season for Pirates, but promises some fireworks in his final season at the club.
The Olympics are around the corner, and that means some nostalgia towards the Under-23 Class of 2000. Fortune remembers it fondly, but is unhappy with what has transpired at SAFA since that famous victory against Brazil.
Written off by many following his demotion to the First Division with Royal Eagles, ‘Killer’ warns that he still has a lot of goals left in his boots – and that a PSL return beckons.
Their story is a fairytale one not too far removed from that of Leicester City, and Baroka’s chairman promises that 2015/16 was just the start of the magic.
REST IN PEACE
We pay tribute to two late and great servants of African football, Ted Dumitru and Stephen Keshi.
CAF has announced big changes to their two main club competitions – KICK OFF breaks it down and looks how it will affect the South African contingent.
Now one of the most sought-after strikers in Europe, life wasn’t always that good for Emenike. We retrace his steps as a rookie in South Africa and how sleeping on apartment floors shaped his dreams.
KICK OFF pays a visit to Real Madrid’s academy to see what real development is all about. You will not believe what we found …
Perceived as moody and arrogant, Nasri turns out quite the opposite in a candid interview with Ryan Cooper, discussing everything from Pep Guardiola to Arsene Wenger’s future at Arsenal.
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