Yet Another Twist In Ndoro Case…
A New Date Has Been Set For Tendai Ndoro's Arbitration
There has been yet another twist in the case involving Tendai Ndoro, with the matter now only set to be heard once the Absa Premiership season has come to an end.
‘NdoroGate’, as it has become known, has been dragging on since early this year after complaints regarding his eligibility given the fact that he has played for three clubs this season – Orlando Pirates, Al Faisaly and Ajax.
It was reported earlier this week that arbitration had been set for today (Friday) as the Premier Soccer League looked to have it settled before this weekend’s final round of games, although it was then cancelled, reportedly due to the fact that the advocate put in charge was not able to make it.
Now, as confirmed by SAFA, arbitration will get underway on Monday, with the case now possibly set to affect the final standings in the league table.
The Association’s official Twitter account said today, “The Ajax Cape Town/Tendai Ndoro matter involving Polokwane City and now SuperSport United & Platinum Stars was postponed by Arbitrator Adv Mokhari SC to Monday at 10h00 at his Sandton Chambers.”
All involved parties will be hoping for a swift end to the matter now, although if Ajax fail to beat Kaizer Chiefs this weekend then they will end 15th regardless of what happens with the other clubs.