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Phakamani Mahlambi- The youngster’s star continues to rise ... to Bafana? Cape Town City -Can they pull off a Leicester City? South African internationals who aren’t all that ‘local’.

ready for the big stage

trott moloto says yes, he’s ready. he says so with the same expression you would expect mamelodi sundowns mentor pitso mosimane to display: his eyes drifting wide left when he talks about him, as if he can see percy tau skinning two defenders on the left-side touchline of his mind. former bafana bafana coach moloto, who knows as much about what it takes to cut it on the international stage as he does about what would make tau rise to the top, says 22-year-old is three-quarters of the way to becoming the player south africa will be unable to do without in the not too distant future.

ready for the big stage

5 mins

coetzee the constant

ajax cape town defende r rivaldo coetzee has been a mainstay in the bafan a bafana set-up since maki ng history on 11 october 2014 as the then-youngest player to feature for the s enior national team, aged 17 years, 11 months and 26 days. the 20-year-old has amassed 22 caps since, yet questions have been raised over whether or not his n ational team spot has been earned, whether he was a coach favourite or just the symbol of the much-publicised ‘vision 2022’. here , the experienced ajax youngs ter speaks for himself.

coetzee the constant

4 mins

on a wing and a prayer

winger luyolo nomandela is ready to put the bitter disappointment of the past two years behind him and make a fresh start as part of the potent attacking unit at cape town city.

on a wing and a prayer

4 mins

cape storm

in just six months, cape town city turned themselves from a dodgy offseason buyout transaction to already the football story of the season. defying odds and slaying giants along the way, the new cape town noisy neighbours have taken the cape and the premier soccer league by storm. there’s a defeaning silence from their critics, but are they making loud calls to do the unthinkable and lift the absa premiership?

cape storm

7 mins

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Kickoff Magazine Description:

PublisherMedia24

CategorySports

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Kick Off is Africa's biggest-selling monthly sports magazine and the leading authority on South African soccer.

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