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Ndoro linked to Orlando Pirates
26/05/2014 00:00:00
by KickOff.com
 
 
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SOUTH African premiership giants Orlando Pirates have reportedly made inquiries about the availability of Mpumalanga Black Aces striker Tendai Ndoro.

The Zimbabwean striker has been on fire since joining Aces in January this year, scoring seven goals in 16 League games.

Ndoro has been linked with a few other teams in Gauteng besides Pirates for next season.

Speaking to KickOff.com from his home in Zimbabwe, the Amazayoni goalscorer refused to talk about the rumours linking him to Pirates and referred this publication to his agent, Karabo Mathang, for further comments.

"I can’t talk about anything, please speak to my agent, Karabo, in South Africa," says Ndoro.

Mathang confirmed that there has been interest from local teams but denied the story last week that his client was set for trials in the UK.

"I am surprised about the report that Ndoro is going to England for trials. I am the only person handling his affairs.

“There are a few local teams that have shown interest but I can't divulge their names at the moment," she adds.


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