My Dream Team: Matthew Booth names his best Mamelodi Sundowns XI

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Scroll through the gallery to see Booth's Sundowns
Scroll through the gallery to see Booth's Sundowns Dream Team (3-5-2)
GK - John Tlale – Great shot-stopper and distribut
GK - John Tlale – Great shot-stopper and distribution from the throw, and extremely consistent
RCB - Themba Mnguni – Aggressive in the tackle, ca
RCB - Themba Mnguni – Aggressive in the tackle, can play as a wingback as well, stamina, good crosser
CB - Michael Manzini – No-nonsense, good in the ta
CB - Michael Manzini – No-nonsense, good in the tackle, mobile for a centre-back and good organiser
LCB - Joas Magolego – Good in the air, great passe
LCB - Joas Magolego – Good in the air, great passer, dictated passages of play from the back with neat, short passes
RWB - Joel Masilela – Speed, good crosser, tricky
RWB - Joel Masilela – Speed, good crosser, tricky when running at you, good engine
LWB - Isaac Shai – One of the best left feet in th
LWB - Isaac Shai – One of the best left feet in the business, could play as a number 10, good crosser and shooter
DM - Esrom Nyandoro – Good shooter from distance,
DM - Esrom Nyandoro – Good shooter from distance, high work-rate and good at breaking down play and distributing in our favour
CM - Surprise Moriri – Intelligent, best first tou
CM - Surprise Moriri – Intelligent, best first touch I have ever seen, fantastic range of passing with the perfect weight
CM - Roger Feutmba – Didn't need his right foot an
CM - Roger Feutmba – Didn't need his right foot and would still send you the right way, always had time on the ball and could land a pass on a 10c from anywhere on the field
ST - Daniel Mudau – Pace, powerful shot, lethal in
ST - Daniel Mudau – Pace, powerful shot, lethal inside and outside the box and unselfish
ST - Raphael Chukwu – Power and pace combo, you di
ST - Raphael Chukwu – Power and pace combo, you didn't want to be on the other side of his shots as he had thighs thicker than my waist

Matthew Booth shares with snl24.com/kickoff his Dream Team of players he played alongside during his illustrious career.

Booth was a popular and uncompromising centre-back in his heyday who starred for Sundowns and Bafana Bafana alongside some of the best players.

He won four major trophies with The Brazilians: the Castle Premiership (1998/99, 1999/00), Rothmans Cup (1999) and Bob Save Super Bowl (1998).

Now 42, the television pundit gives us his best team of players from his time at Chloorkop.

Scroll through the gallery above to see Booth's Dream Team!

Do you agree with his selections? Which current Sundowns players would you put into his team?