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Wantaway hitman ... Mphumalanga Black Aces' Zimbabwean striker Tendai Ndoro (right)

15/05/2015 00:00:00
by Agencies
Staying put ... Tendai Ndoro

MPUMALANGA Black Aces say they have not received any offers for striker Tendai Ndoro after it was reported Orlando Pirates were interested in the player.

The Zimbabwe international forward scored seven goals for Amazayoni this season and has frequently been linked with a move to a bigger club.

However, Aces chairman Mario Morfou says the club have not been in contact with any rivals about the transfer of the forward.

"We don't know anything. As far as we are concerned Ndoro has a contract with us until 2017," Morfou told KickOff.

He went on to reveal the club is set to announce their new assistant and confirm former head coach Clive Barker still has a role with the club.

"We are working on the issue of new assistant coach and this will be announced in the next few days," Morfou said.

"Clive Barker is still part of the structure. He is now heading up all our scouting divisions around the country. He has already set up a scout network in KwaZulu-Natal.

“He is busy with another one in Mpumalanga and there is going to be another in Johannesburg."

Billiat: 'Downs want redemption

Chance to put some shine to what has been a disappointin g season ... Khama Billiat

 MIDFIELD ace Khama Billiat knows the Nedbank Cup final against Ajax Cape Town offers Mamelodi Sundowns a last chance at redemption after a poor offering this season.

The blistering Sundowns winger will face his former club in the Ke Yona showpiece at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday, with both teams entering the encounter with similar ambitions of ending long cup droughts.

The big-spending Brazilians will also be looking to make up for their shortcoming in the Premiership, where they conceded their crown to Kaizer Chiefs.

"For us the final is a chance of getting some bit of happiness after a difficult season," the Zimbabwe international told Football411.

"It means a lot we need to finish strong.

"We are going there with a positive mind. Hopefully we will win. We have been working hard for this one.


"Ajax are never easy to play against because they have so much energy. They have had the momentum this season after a good season.

"We have to score the chances that we have been missing this past season. For me it's also motivation because I will have to come up with something during the game.

"I must be mentally strong because at the end of the game I don't want any regrets."

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