Orlando Pirates forward, Tendai Ndoro, is said to be angry to be a bench warmer at the club, since his move to pirates from Mpumalanga Black Aces and is working hard to get into the starting eleven. The 27 year-old Zimbabwean striker moved to the bucs ahead of the 2015/16 campaign with high expectations. However, Ndoro has failed to live up his expectations and has not break into Eric Tinkler’s starting line-up, he has since made only two appearances since his move and being left out of the 18-man match day squad completely for Pirates’ last two league games.
Tinkler prefers the likes of Kermit Erasmus, Thamsanqa Gabuza and Lehlohonolo Majoro over Ndoro. A source known to Soccer Laduma said that the player has been putting in extra work at training in a bid to force his way into the starting 11.
“He thought that since the other three strikers would be playing in Africa, he would be given a chance to play in league games, but that hasn’t been the case and that’s frustrating him,” the source explained
“To make matters worse, no one is explaining to him what the problem is and he has had to just deal with the waiting game as the technical team prefer Erasmus, Majoro and Gabuza.
“He is frustrated but he keeps on training hard, at times even on his own when the team is done.” the source concluded.