MPUMALANGA — Mpumalanga Black Aces striker Tendai Ndoro has set the record straight on who represented him, having been linked with a trial in England with Premier League club Crystal Palace.
On Monday, June 16, the Siya crew reported that the 26-year-old was still expected to attend a trial with Palace, as previously indicated. George Deda confirming the news in Zimbabwe media.
Deda, who claims to represent Ndoro, said the Mpumalanga Black Aces player would be heading to Europe later this month or early July.
However, the crew caught up with the player who clarified the situation, insisting that he was represented by P Management, headed by Karabo Mathang.
Speaking to the Siya crew from Zimbabwe, Ndoro said that he was confused by the various representatives claiming to be his agent him. He said P Management is taking care of his affairs and he will not be heading to Crystal Palace for a trial.
“My agent is Karabo of P Management. What I am telling you is the truth and whoever is interested in my services should talk to Mpumalanga Black Aces or my agent Karabo Mathang, and no one else,” Ndoro stated.
When contacted for comment, Mathang reaffirmed Ndoro’s statement.
“It’s sad that some people just confuse things for no reason. Ndoro is our player and we are not worried,” Mathang said.