My Best XI (Mamelodi Sundowns): Stanley “Screamer” Tshabalala

Stanley “Screamer” Tshabalala is one of the most successful coaches in the history of South African football. many fans would particularly remember his spell with Current African Champions, Mamelodi Sundowns, where he won an impressive haul of 10 trophies and presided over the illustrious period of the late 80,s and early 90’s at the club introducing the famous “Shoeshine and Piano” style of playing, which has been the characteristic of the Sundowns style of play for the years. Screamer who also went on to Coach Bafana Bafana in 1992 is currently the Technical director of Orlando Pirates, here he chosen his all-time Sundowns

Subs:

Greg Le Grange
Ernest Chirwali
Sammy Troughton
Andries Panyaza Chitja
Lovemore Chafunya
Zane Moosa
Roger Feutmba

Khama Billiat, what a great talent, very quick, can go past defenders.
He is not selfish in the box. If he has one weakness, is that he needs to be calm in the box, he could score many goals.

Donald Ace Khuse, a must have in any team. He has a great football brain.
The only thing I taught him was that he needs to also know how to defend. He was. Complete player.

Rabbie Moripe, as a central midfielder he could win the ball cleanly. A very cunning and a clever footballer. A good reader of the game. He would stop any good opposition midfielder.  For instance Whenever we played Jomo Cosmos, he would mark Jomo Sono out of the game.