What is your off season training schedule like? Do you exercise every day?
MM: It is important to keep your fitness up. Although I dont train every day I do have a strict schedule that sees me training on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
How did you get into soccer?
MM: I got in to soccer while I was still young. When i was 8, my dad was playing soccer, he used to take me with to his games and that ignited the fire and passion in me for the game.
Who were some soccer role models you looked up to when you were growing up?
MM: Definately Lucas Rhoo Radebe and Doctor Khumalo
Who is the sports icon that has influenced you the most in your career?
MM: Tefu Mashamaite, he has a good work ethic on the field.
Do you have a special routine or superstition before you play a game?
MM: I dont have any superstitions, but I do put everything to God and pray for blessings and protection before anything.
What do you do on your off time? Do you have a hobby?
MM: I enjoy reading reading books and also like to motivate school kids in their lives.
How would you like to be remembered in the game?
MM: I would like to be remembered as that special player who’s always there to protect and encourage other players while being a good leader to them
Who is your favourite team mate and why?
MM: Thats got to be Siyabonga Dube. He is always committed to his job and respectseach and every team mate.
Which coach has had the biggest impact on your game, and why?
MM: Serame Letsoaka. He was like a father to every player and a good motivator. He allowed us to express ourselves.