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Tendai Ndoro refused Orlando Pirates move

Keen to leave Mpumalanga Black Aces ... Zimbabwe international Tendai Ndoro

29/01/2015 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
Told he is not going anywhere ... Tendai Ndoro

ZIMBABWE international striker Tendai Ndoro has 24 hours to seal a move to Orlando Pirates, but his club Mpumalanga Black Aces has vowed to block the move.

Ndoro missed training on Monday at the South Africa Absa Premiership side, but club co-owner Mario Morfou said it was due to personal problems rather than seeking a move to the Soweto giants.

The SA transfer window closes on Friday at 5pm.

Ndoro, who has scored five times in 16 games, was also on the wanted list of Mamelodi Sundowns with his agent Karabo Mathang of P Management insisting offers were on the table for the player.

"He has a contract until 2017 and, yes, I have read all the various reports on his imminent departure but can assure our fans that he is going nowhere," Morfou told the club’s website on Thursday.

"Football is about courtesy and business and we at Aces have had no formal offers or requests from any clubs.

“He (Ndoro) is the mainstay of our strike force and we are a bit thin in this department so it makes no sense for him to leave us."

Mathang told the media that Ndoro would probably move in July or August when the current season ends.

"We have met with the club [Black Aces], and we agreed that he can only consider moving elsewhere in July/August and not now.

“So, this means he won't be joining any club this season," Mathang said.

Aces have taken Zimbabwe’s How Mine striker Kuda Musharu on trials as they appear to be preparing for life without Ndoro.


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