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KICK OFF's 500th edition is out!

KICK OFF Magazine reaches a milestone this month as our 500th edition goes on sale, with this special issue, as always, filled with features, analysis and memories from the game’s biggest names.

We delve into the impact made by Kaizer Chiefs star Khama Billiat, and look at whether or not he will be the man to lead Amakhosi back to glory, while also discussing whether he can still make it abroad.

We than chat one-on-one with Mamelodi Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana, who gives his frank assessment of his team’s relatively slow start to the campaign, while also touching on his personal growth as well as regrets, and why he’d be willing to sacrifice his CAF Super Cup medal.

Orlando Pirates midfielder Ben Motshwari speaks about growing from strength to strength in his debut season with The Buccaneers as he finally made the move across Johannesburg, while the always straight-talking Gavin Hunt doesn’t hold back in airing his views on “soft” South African players, while revealing what has kept him going for 17 consecutive years in the PSL.

To commemorate 500 editions of KICK OFF, we take a trip down memory lane by re-living every single trophy won by the PSL’s Big Three in the PSL era, before picking the best players to have graced KICK OFF Magazine pages since our first edition in 1994.

SuperSport United’s Evans Rusike chats to us about his resurgence, Neil Tovey discusses his role as Safa Technical Director while weighing in on Bafana Bafana’s perennial problem, while Belgium-born Andre Fileccia opens up about his chances of one day playing for the South African national team.

All this, and loads more, for your December reading:

Khama Billiat
“It is of no use for Khama to be on top of his game when the rest of the team is making mistakes.”
Experts, and the Kaizer Chiefs star himself, reflect on the weight of expectation on the Zimbabwean’s shoulders at Naturena, and his chances of ever making it to Europe.

Khama Billiat
“It is of no use for Khama to be on top of his game when the rest of the team is making mistakes.”
Experts, and the Kaizer Chiefs star himself, reflect on the weight of expectation on the Zimbabwean’s shoulders at Naturena, and his chances of ever making it to Europe.

Hlompho Kekana
“I wanted to play overseas so badly.”
Despite this season’s early struggles, the Mamelodi Sundowns captain insists his side are still on course for league glory as he discusses his individual contribution and personal regrets.

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