The Warriors forward has courted controversy off the pitch after the striker posted on Instagram a photo of himself… in a skirt!
By SportBrief Reporter
Tendai Ndoro may be embroiled in a bitter court battle over the legitimacy of his Ajax Cape Town move but that hasn’t stopped him from courting controversy off the pitch.
Ndoro, on Monday posted a picture of what looked like a mysterious woman dressed in a floral skirt, some heels and a purse to complement the outfit. However, upon further analysis of the picture, the striker’s followers were surprised to discover that it was actually Tendai Ndoro himself behind the skirt.
While the picture may have been in the name of fun, as South Africans would argue, the stunt has been viewed quite differently in the local spheres.
As a nation we generally do not warm up to the concept of cross-dressing and therefore Ndoro’s actions appear to have Zimbabweans questioning the sexuality of the forward, with some implying he may be gay!
It remains to be seen how Ndoro will defend his actions to us, his fellow countrymen, but one thing for sure is that the striker will be better served focusing on his on-the-pitch woes as he was recently ordered to stop playing for Ajax because of breach of FIFA rules.
Ndoro joined the Urban Warriors in January from Saudi Arabia club Al Faisaly, but this was his third club in a single season, having featured for Orlando Pirates back in August at the start of the campaign before he was sold.
World football governing body Fifa do not allow for players to play for more than two clubs in a single season, although they can be registered with the understanding that they will be involved only in the following campaign.
The league’s DRC had initially ruled that Ndoro can carry on playing for Ajax when the saga was first brought to its attention, but the PSL challenged that ruling and referred it to Safa for arbitration.
But, after Fifa’s intervention, Ajax was advised not to use Ndoro for the time being.