ORLANDO Pirates striker, Zimbabwean Tendai Ndoro is reportedly frustrated at the ABSA Premiership club after a lack of game time.
Ndoro completed his move to the Soweto giants before the beginning of the current league season from Mpumulanga Black Aces.
But has seen little game time and fallen down the pecking order with Kermit Erasmus, Thamsanqa Gabuza and Lehlohonolo Majoro preferred ahead of him.
A source in the Orlando Pirates camp revealed to South African publication SoccerLaduma “He is frustrated but he keeps on training hard, at times even on his own when the team is done.
Pirates have been impressive in the CAF Confederations cup reaching the finals though Ndoro was not registered for that tournament.
Ndoro’s move to Pirates was questioned by a number of local fans who felt Zimbabweans have generally not done well at the club. With the likes of Ralph Matema and Takesure Chinyama struggling at Pirates.
Meanwhile Zim international Nyasha Mushekwi has reportedly stopped attending Mamelodi Sundowns training after being frustrated at the club.
Mushekwi is still contracted to Sundowns despite appearing not to be in head coach Pitso Mosimane plans.
According to reports Mushekwi has not returned to training since the Warriors AFCON qualifier against Guinea.
Mushekwi had a successful loan stint at Swedish side Djurgården who are keen to sign him but his contract situation with Sundowns seems to have made complicated a deal. The two clubs could not agree on a loan extension and move to Turkey also fell through.
Mushekwi’s contract is set to expire next year.
Meanwhile despite leaving the Swedish league a couple of months ago Mushekwi is still the 3rd top goal scorers. – Soccer 24