By Isaac Ndou
CAPE TOWN: Ajax Cape Town has announced the departure of Zimbabwean striker Tendai Ndoro after they decided against extending the player’s stay at the club.
The Urban Warriors are now in a court limbo for their PSL status in a case surrounding Ndoro whom they were punished for using by the South African Football Association (SAFA). They got three of their matches where he played forfeited and hence finished on the last position and got relegated to the NFD.
The striker joined the Cape Town club in the January transfer window from Saudi Arabia. Ndoro’s contract had an option of an extension but the club opted to let go of the player who is the root of the situation they currently find themselves in.
The club wished Ndoro well in his future endeavors and thanked him for his services over the past six months on the official website.
The former Orlando Pirates striker has been linked with a move to Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs who have vowed to announce more signings after their announcing of Khama Billiat’s signing along with other two players.