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Ndoro off to SA for Wits trial
22/07/2013 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
 
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CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League leading goal scorer Tendai Ndoro is in South Africa for a trial stint with Wits University who are also looking at compatriot have Dickson Choto, the striker’s club confirmed.

Wits play in the South African Premiership and are already home to fellow Zimbabweans Tinashe Nengomasha, Thomas Sweswe and Benjani Mwaruwari.

Ndoro was part of the Warriors squad that lost 2-0 in the final of the Cosafa Cup to Zambia on Saturday at Ndola’s Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.

Sources said the striker left in the company of Harare based agent Gibson Mahachi on Sunday evening.

Chicken Inn boss Lifa Ncube confirmed Monday that the player was in South Africa. He said it was their club policy never to stand on the path of players when they seek greener pastures.

“He is in South Africa for trials with Wits. It is club policy to allow our players to go for greener pastures,” said Ncube.

Ndoro is also in demand locally, with championship chasing Highlanders and Dynamos after his signature and is likely to leave the Gamecocks for the Harare giants in the event that his South African deal flops.

Ndoro scored a brace that propelled Zimbabwe to the final after scoring two goals against Lesotho in the semi-finals.


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