Zimbabwe international forward Tendai Ndoro said he is pleased to be the Warriors captain for the two friendly matches against Lesotho at the Sesotho Stadium today and against Namibia in the Hage Geingob Cup on Saturday. Ndoro will be deputised by Nottingham Forest defender Tendayi Darikwa, who was given extra responsibilities on his Warriors debut appearance.
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I am very pleased to lead the boys in the two games we have. We just wish to work together as a team and to have the amband in these games will even motivate me further to do well in my international career. I am very proud to represent my country again, so we wishing to work together as a team and produce results in tomorrow’s (today) game and Saturday’s game. We welcome the new players but in football, we always know there is nothing called new players. I know and trust that they will adapt well, football is just the same.
Tendai Ndoro is a Zimbabwean striker who used to play in the South African Football League for Orlando Pirates. He is an award winning footballer who won the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League golden boot award in 2013. In August 2017, Ndoro signed for Saudi Arabian... Read More About Tendai Ndoro
Tendayi Darikwa is a Zimbabwean international footballer, born and based in the United Kingdom, who plays for Wigan Athletic Football Club. He signed for Wigan Athletic from Nottingham Forest Football Club in January 2021 on a short-term contract until end of 2020/21 season Read More About Tendayi Darikwa
Also known as The Warriors, the Zimbabwe National Football Team represents Zimbabwe in international football. It is made up of Zimbabwean professional footballers drawn from the local Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League clubs, lower division clubs as well as foreign clubs. The team is controlled and... Read More About Warriors