Madinda Ndlovu is reported to have quit Highlanders Football Club. Reports suggest that he has agreed to terms with ambitious Botswana outfit Gaborone United and is set to join them in August in time for the 2019/2020 Botswana league season.
It is believed that the former Warriors player signed on Monday the contract with the Botswana outfit.
Peter Ndlovu’s brother, however, refused to comment on the matter and referred questions to Gaborone United. The Gaborone United secretary general Lenyeletse Tamocha asked the Chronicle to contact him next week when he was approached for comment.
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Madinda Ndlovu is a Zimbabwean football coach and former football star. He is the current coach of Gaborone United in the Botswana Premier League. Ndoluvu played for Highlanders Football Club, affectionately known as "Bosso" as well as the Zimbabwe national football team, the Warriors. Ndlovu... Read More About Madinda Ndlovu
Highlanders Football Club popularly known as Bosso is one the oldest football clubs in Zimbabwe which was formed in 1926 and is based in Bulawayo.Its current coach is Mandla Mpofu and Barbourfields Stadium is the home ground of the team. The team has so far... Read More About Highlanders