Retired South African goalkeeper who gained prominence in the country's Premier Soccer League. He won the league's 2009 championship as goakleeper for SuperSport United and subsequently retired.
He debuted professionally as a goalkeeper in South Africa for the Cape Town Spurs in 1991.
He played in England for Oxford United and Fulham FC. He also earn 67 caps for the South African national team, with whom he won the 1996 African Cup of Nations.
He was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa.
In May 2013, he returned as an emergency goalkeeper for the PSL's Bidvest Wits, and became the oldest goalkeeper in league history by surpassing Bruce Grobbelaar.