From the look of things, all is not well for the Zimbabwean born footballer who is based in South Africa, Tendai Ndoro, as his club has decided to end his contract and part ways with him.
The club in question, Highlands Park, affirmed they have gone separate ways with striker following a long period of blended reports over the length of his contract at the club, with the striker professing to have one more season before the arrangement comes to an end while the club says it finishes in June.
The disputable action taken by the coach, who stood out as truly newsworthy a month ago after he cut Ndoro’s pay by R20 000, could have been an early signal that indicated the striker was not, at this point the Highland Park’s top pick.
Ndoro was exposed to a pay cut that saw him get R20,000 not as much as his standard salary because of the lockdown and football being suspended in South Africa. The remuneration cut predicted the future was not so bright and the journey not so long at the club as he openly talked about his quarrel with Da Gama, flippantly saying he doesn’t battle with old people during an interview.
Highlands Park confirms the amicable parting of ways with Tendai Ndoro following a meeting between both parties late on Tuesday. The club wishes him well and is thankful for his contribution in the team as well as the professionalism displayed during his time with us,” tweeted the club.
As indicated by the Daily Sun’s insider, the club agreed with Ndoro, who acknowledged the offer and picked to remain jobless
”He is aware that injuries have not been good to him, which forced the club to put him in the first list of players to exit. At 35, I wonder if he would be able to get something soon”, said the insider>chaosafrica