Scroll through the gallery to see Sikhosana's Pirates Dream Team (4-3-3)
GK - Williams Okpara - Good leader, commanding at the back, good communicator with his defence and most reliable
RB - Phiri Tsotetsi - Agile, pacey, covered ground with ease up the flank, good man-marker and good crosser of the ball
LB - Thabo Matlaba - Consistently provides attacking options as a full-back, can pack a great shot, speedy and also covers ground, a lot of stamina
CB - Dan Malesela - Clever, good organiser, could start build-up from the back, good leader, comfortable on the ball
CB - Mark Fish - The best centre-back I have seen. Moved forward with ease without any fear, strong in aerial duels, great stamina, reliable and communicated to organise the defenc
CM - John Moeti - Captain fantastic, aggressive, high work-rate, intelligent, mobility to cover the centre of the whole field and best communicator with a lot of guidance to his mi
LCM - Clifford Moleko - May his soul rest in peace. Energetic, confident, smart, intelligent, mobile, high work-rate and mostly selfish with the ball, not easily dispossessed
RCM - Dumisa Ngobe - Aggressive and strong on the ball, best long-distance passer of the ball and could also score goals with ease, one of the best long-distance shooters
RWF - Helman Mkhalele - Pacey, clever, full of tricks in dribbling, great engine and could also score goals with ease
LWF - Brandon Silent - Speedy, clever, could track back to assist in defence and good crosser of the ball with a lot of pace on it, great pin-pointer when crossing the ball
CF - Lesley Manyathela - May his soul rest in peace. Lazy in appearance, underrated and could score goals anyhow, good header of the ball and packed a great shot. The best centre-f
Reserves - Innocent Mayoyo, Oupa Mabuza, Sipho Sikhonde, Gavin Lane, Nick Seshweni (RIP), Benedict Vilakazi, Jerry Sikhosana
Jerry Sikhosana shares with KickOff.com his Dream Team of players, most of whom he played alongside during his memorable career.
'Legs of Thunder' is an Orlando Pirates legend who will always be remembered for scoring the only goal as the Soweto giants won the 1995 CAF Champions Cup.
The 'King of Soweto Derbies', Sikhosana always produced great performances against fierce rivals Kaizer Chiefs.
He won six major trophies with The Buccaneers: the National Soccer League (1994), CAF Champions Cup (1995), CAF Super Cup (1996), Bob Save Super Bowl (1996) and the BP Top 8 (1993, 1996).
Now 50, the Nedbank Ke Yona coach and television pundit gives us his best team of players from his time at Parktown.
Scroll through the gallery above to see Sikhosana's Dream Team!
Do you agree with his selections? Which current Pirates players would you put into his team?