Tendai Ndoro finally confirms deal with PSL newcomers Highlands Park FC

Tendai Ndoro finally confirms deal with PSL newcomers Highlands Park FC

- Tendai Ndoro has finally confirmed that he will be joining PSL newcomers Highlands Park

- Ndoro parted ways with Ajax Cape Town at the end of last season by mutual consent, he and the club maintained his departure had nothing to do with the so-called Ndorogate saga

- Ndoro had been training with the club for a couple of weeks but the deal took some time to conclude due to the demands made by Ndoro

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Tendai Ndoro has finally confirmed the worst-kept secret in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). Ndoro and Highlands Park announced that he had joined the PSL newcomers on a one-year deal.

Ndoro has been seen training with the team for several weeks and he was widely expected to join the team, the deal took more time than expected to be finalised, reportedly because of Ndoro’s demands.

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Highlands Park head coach Owen Da Gama will be relieved to add someone of Ndoro’s quality and experience to his side. Ndoro will bring much-needed experience and class to the attacking play of the newly promoted side.

Briefly.co.za gathered that the deal brings to an end speculation about Ndoro’s future which has been up in the air since he parted ways with Ajax Cape Town.

Kickoff.co.za reported that Ndoro and Ajax parted ways by mutual agreement at end of last season after it became clear that the Cape Town side would be relegated because it fielded Ndoro while he was ineligible to play in the PSL.

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Both Ndoro and Ajax maintained his departure had nothing to do with the so-called Ndorogate saga which eventually led to the Cape Town club being relegated to the NFD.

Ndoro had claimed earlier in the season that he had offers from several PSL sides and he could join virtually any club he wanted to.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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