Tendai Ndoro: ‘I have offers on the table and can join any team’

Tendai Ndoro: ‘I have offers on the table and can join any team’

- Former Ajax Cape Town striker Tendai Ndoro isn’t worried about his future

- The Zimbabwean-born player claims to have a couple of offers and said he could join any team in the league

- Ndoro and Ajax Cape Town parted ways at the end of last season but not because of the eligibility issues which causes chaos for the club and the PSL

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Tendai Ndoro isn’t worried about his future or where he will be plying his trade in the upcoming Premier Soccer League (PSL) season. Ndoro recently revealed that he had a couple of offers on the table and claimed that he could join any team in the league.

The Zimbabwean-born player parted ways with Ajax Cape Town at the end of last season although both Ndoro and the club said his departure had nothing to do with the so-called Ndorogate scandal which caused havoc for the PSL and led to Ajax being relegated to the NFD.

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Ndoro said he had an advantage in any negotiations because he was a free agent with confirmed offers. He also confirmed that he was considering a move abroad although he would not comment on exactly which country he was looking at.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Ndoro said he was relieved that the new season was about to start which he hoped would give people something else to talk about. Ndoro said many people blamed him for the troubles at Ajax Cape Town caused by his eligibility.

Ndoro said once the new season got underway it would provide him with a clean slate.

Regardless of which team Ndoro does join, he will have to serve a two-match ban as part of the SAFA arbitration ruling which found he had taken part in three PSL games while he was not eligible to do so.

Citizen.co.za reported that while Ndoro was not worried about his future he conceded that he would have to make a decision about where to play in the not too distant future. Ndoro said his dad took over as his agent.

Ndoro added that coming from the background that he did he was painfully aware of the need to keep money coming in to secure his and his family’s future.

Ndoro has been heavily linked with a move to PSL giants Kaizer Chiefs. His former Zimbabwean national teammate Willard Katsande is believed to be helping the club in its attempts to secure Ndoro.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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