The August edition of KICK OFF Magazine is out!
Posted: 21 July 2017 Time: 10:00
The latest edition of KICK OFF Magazine (Issue 484) is out, and is another bumper copy filled with stories of your favourite stars ahead of the start of the new season.
Mamelodi Sundowns sensation Percy Tau is this month’s cover star, and he talks openly and honestly about his impressive campaign, family life and what he wants to achieve, while teammate Themba Zwane talks us through his rise to the top at Chloorkop.
For fans of the two Soweto giants, we speak one-on-one with Kaizer Chiefs forward Ryan Moon on his targets at Naturena, while we continue our Orlando Pirates 80th anniversary tribute by counting down the 80 best players to have donned the Black and White.
This, and a whole lot more insightful, informative and enjoyable content to look forward to reading as the mid-year break draws to a close:
‘The lion’ speaks about his breakthrough campaign in the Mamelodi Sundowns first team, his father’s absence and where he has set the bar for the upcoming season.
The Kaizer Chiefs striker has big ambitions at Naturena, as he sets his sights on Collins Mbesuma’s goalscoring record.
A trip down memory lane in section 1 of this two-part feature, as we count down from numbers 80-41, the best footballers to have plied their trade for the Buccaneers over the years.
The South African national team coach is a man on a mission, as he talks about the historical win over Nigeria, and the path he’s planned to get to Russia next year.
How the hard-working Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder rose to the top am9nst his star-studded teammates at Masandawana.
Women’s Schools League
In conjunction with women’s month, we bring you Banyana Banyana star Janine van Wyk’s inspiring story as she almost single-handedly lifts the female game in Gauteng, giving opportunities to hundreds of aspiring female footballers.
Clinton Larsen bringing back the Abafana Bes’Thende style as he looks to push on following the club’s impressive top eight finish.
Preview: Cape Verde
An analysis of Bafana Bafana’s next World Cup qualifying opponents.
The Bafana Bafana star feels the country’s future is bright, and gives his view on South Africans trying to make their name overseas.
The history behind Alex’s funky football street names – meet you at the corner of Goalkeeper and Half-time Street, yes?
The South African youngster has matured after a troublesome past, as he talks about his time in Portugal, how he was affected by his father’s passing and his dream of becoming a Bafana regular.
How goals are scored in the PSL
A detailed breakdown of the 2016/17 season’s goal-scoring numbers, as we give a club-by-club guide on where your favourite sharp-shooters got it right … and horribly wrong.
And lots, lots more! Get your copy now!
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