GK - Brian Baloyi - He used to deliver, saved a lot and used to stop penalties with ease. He was very good on one-on-ones whenever facing an attacker.
LB - Marco Mthembu - Marco's got speed and he goes forward, and delivers crosses.
RB - Martin Zwane - He overlapped, he tackled, he just went.
CB - Mbulelo Mabizela - He is solid and can mark and tackle very well.
CB - Jacob Tshisevhe - He was good when it came to marking. A striker would feel he was around and he was strong and not scared to go forward. He was able to distribute too.
CM - Doctor Khumalo - Skilful, he could penetrate, he could pass and he could score as a midfielder.
CM - Macbeth Sibaya - He is defensive and strong. You can't get past him easily. You won't take the ball away from him once he marks you. He knows how to put you inside the bottle.
CM - Shakes Kungwane - Kungwane was skilful and would release you with a good pass, and at the same time make you shine.
LW - Scara Ngobese - One on one a man gets eliminated. Opponents ended up scared to go to him thinking 'hey I will become a joke here'. He knew how to remove you from his path.
RW - Arthur Zwane - He goes forward and when he goes, he never looks back. He insists until he gets into your box.
ST - Siyabonga Nomvethe - There's only one striker up front and that's me. I'm the one who is there up front. I'll make a run and hit the back of the net.
Scroll right to see Nomvethe's Dream Team (4-3-3) from a 23-year career
One of the best strikers the country has ever produced, Siyabonga 'Bhele' Nomvethe is a former Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Bafana Bafana striker.
'Bhele' announced plans to retire late last year but as of today he is still going strong having signed for Uthongathi FC in the GladAfrica Championship.
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The 42-year-old has said he will keep playing football as long as his body is still in good condition.
Before he shares his Dream Team, mostly made up of players he featured alongside, a special mention goes to some of his former teammates at his first club African Wanderers.
"Gebo Methula was a left-back with me at African Wanderers. He was good at delivering passes and crosses. He knew how to combine his line and passes to strikers," Nomvethe tells KickOff.com.
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"Bheki Goba was also a good defender who knew how to tackle, good marking, and he could push forward up until he gets to the half of the opposition.
"Tholomuzi Blose was a skilful midfielder and also strong, you couldn't take the ball away from him easily. He knew how to release you with his passes."
Check out Nomvethe's Dream Team from a 23-year career in the gallery above!