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Peter a huge asset, says Sundowns
20/11/2013 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
 
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MAMELODI Sundowns communications co-ordinator Thulani Thuswa has described former Warriors captain Peter Ndlovu as a handy addition to the club.

He said Ndlovu’s contribution was valuable to their team’s quest for honours.

Thuswa said Sundowns had been looking for someone like Ndlovu who played at the highest level of the game to come on board and help the club in its quest for honours.

“Peter Ndlovu is a professional; he played at the highest level and also for the team. His addition to the club is valuable and it’s something that we have been longing for ages,” said Thuswa.

“He is a former player and knows the secrets of the team; we are delighted to have him in management. Ndlovu’s presence is already being felt by opponents.”

Thuswa said former Warriors midfielder Esrom Nyandoro gives guidance to youngsters and also fights for his place in the team.

Ndlovu was appointed manager at the beginning of the season.

The South African side leads the 16-team local premiership with 20 points.

Ndlovu played for the team a few years ago after a long stint in the English leagues with teams such as Coventry City and Sheffield United.



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