South Africa’s football club Ajax Cape Town has officially parted ways with Warriors forward Tendai Ndoro who has been at the center of controversy for the past few months at the Parow based side.
By SportBrief Reporter
Ndoro has been in the midst of a current storm at the club, with the Urban Warriors currently engaged in an ongoing court battle to remain in the South African top flight.
Things never really got going for the striker at the club as his first appearance became a point of contention in the South African PSL after it was discovered that he was turning up for his third club in the same season in contravention of FIFA rules.
Ajax was then docked points and consequently demoted to the National First Division as the bottom-placed team on the table for fielding the January signing.
The Urban Warriors, who initially finished 15th in the standings and were due to contest the play-offs, today released a statement, which read:
‘The Urban Warriors have officially parted ways with Tendai Ndoro. Ndoro’s contract was up for renewal at the end of this month (June 2018); however the club have opted not to extend his stay at Ikamva.
‘The club would like to wish Tendai all the best in his future endeavours and thank him for his services over the past six months.’