South African striker Dino Ndlovu is popular again after an amazing beginning to life in Turkey with Kocaelispor. The 31-year-old joined the Turkish second-level side following three years in China with Zhejiang FC - where he turned into the club's record-breaking record scorer. He scored nine objectives with one aid only seven beginnings before injury shortened his mind blowing run towards prompting diagrams for the Golden Boot grant.
According to one of the leading researches in England, astronomical weekly wages dished out to top footballers means that their luxury cars are paid off quicker than they can play a football match. It's no secret that footballers are handsomely paid for running around a pitch for 90 minutes every week.
Date: Monday, 08 November South African born player and former Mamelodi Sundowns striker Dino Ndlovu has taken the Turkish 1. Lig by storm, as he's scoring on a regular for his club Kocaelispor in Turkey. Dino Ndlovu has scored a total of 9 goals to date after playing 11 matches for his side.
From owning football clubs to venturing into business most PSL footballers have taken that route upon retirement. Most PSL footballers especially South Africans retire broke and end being burdens of their own families most of whom they deserted when their football career was still flourishing. According to one shocking statistic most South Africans footballers are declared bankrupt within the first two years upon retirement, 70% of these footballers to be precise.
With just shy of a half year left of his agreement in Turkey, South African striker Dino Ndlovu will would like to make a return at the earliest opportunity to complete the mission on a high with his club Kocaelispor. Ndlovu joined the club before the beginning of the mission in the wake of putting in a couple of months in South Africa without a club, following his exit from Chinese second level club Zhejiang Energy Greentown.
Former Orlando Pirates Striker Scored 2 Incredible Goals In His Club's Latest 5-1 Victory Date: Monday, 22 November Former Orlando Pirates striker Lyle Foster is one of very few South African players who is making a success of their football careers abroad. Lyle Foster, Ryan Moon, and Dino Ndlovu are only some of the few names who has PSL experience and finding the back of the oppositions nets with their clubs abroad with Dino Ndlovu his club's topscorer in Turkey for the 2021/22 season to date.
Kaizer Chiefs Football Club was one of the busiest clubs in the last transfer window market, the club was linked with no less than 25 players but only managed to sign eight players. Something that has been bothering fans and everyone related to the club. Photo: Madi Media Official Facebook Page
There will be just one last chance for Dino Ndlovu to redeem himself and prove his critics wrong. This is according to Soccer Laduma which states that Ndlovu has been given one last chance to prove himself at his club. He is currently plying his trade at Turkish second tier club Kocaelispor and he has until the end of the season to prove himself.
When we speak about Dino Ndlovu not many people know who the player is, and let alone how he has contributed to the field of play during his stay as he is playing abroad, many people judge him by his early days when he was still playing in the Premier Soccer League (PSL).
South African footballers are constantly criticized for their lack of impact when it comes to best leagues in the world. This has certainly dropped in terms of representation in the biggest leagues as compared to the 90s and early 2000s. The likes of Lucas Radebe, Benni McCarthy and many other represented a different era of South African footballers, however the improvement of the PSL could've played a role in players opting to stay in the country
South African footballers have evolved in recent times and we are seeing more and more who are becoming rich through the sport. This is something that would've never been thought possible in the last decades, however the game has evolved all around the world into a lucrative industry.
The previous Amakhosi and Mamelodi Sundowns forward has added his viewpoint in the discussion about Hugo Broos inclination for unpracticed players. Ex Bafana star Katlego Mphela has upheld for striker Dino Ndlovu to be considered for public group obligation in future. Since declaring that he is modifying Bafana with more youthful players, mentor Hugo Broos choices separated assessment.
Dino Ndlovu Kocaelispor (Turkey) South African born player: Out of all the South African strikers playing their professional football on the outskirts of the country, Dino Ndlovu is making it big abroad and could possibly end up becoming the most deadliest South African striker playing away from home.
Dino Ndlovu is now leading the race for the 2021/22 Turkish 1. Lig Golden Boot award after yet another goalscoring display this past weekend.Ndlovu continued his impressive form in front of goal for Kocaelispor on Sunday when netted for the third consecutive match during the club's 2-1 defeat to Gençlerbirliği
Despite Bafana Bafana's failure to qualify for the Fifa World Cup qualifiers, Mphahlele believes Dino Ndlovu deserves to make it to the international squad. Katlego Mphela, a former Bafana Bafana striker, has argued that striker Dino Ndlovu should be considered for future national team service.
Football is a sport that often requires people to be thousands of kilometers from home. The best players in history have had to make sacrifices of stepping away from the comfort zone in the hopes of turning into a big name. This has become the normal way of things within the sports as players aren't restricted in terms of where they want to play.
According to Soccerladuma, Very few individuals would have upheld the signing of a 31-year-old who had not kicked a ball in seven months, however for Kocaelispor mentor Mustafa Reşit Akçay, he was entirely certain, to the point that Dino Ndlovu would be an ideal choice for his club – he was ready to pay the club in case he wasn't!
WC QUALIFICATION AFRICA SOUTH AFRICA GHANA V SOUTH AFRICA GHANA The previous Amakhosi and Mamelodi Sundowns forward has added his viewpoint in the discussion about Hugo Broos' inclination for unpracticed players Ex Bafana star Katlego Mphela has upheld for striker Dino Ndlovu to be considered for public group obligation in future.
Kaizer Chiefs football club has been linked with some talented players in South Africa, and some other good talents from abroad. However, the club is failing to secure the service of most of the players they are linked with. Dino Ndlovu who is a 31 year old star has been reportedly and rumoured that he has been linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs for more than five years.
Very few individuals would have upheld the marking of a 31-year-old who had not kicked a ball in seven months, however for Kocaelispor mentor Mustafa Reşit Akçay, he was certain to the point that Dino Ndlovu would be an ideal choice for his club – he was ready to pay the club in case he wasn't!