Tendai Ndoro, a legend of the gorgeous former Orlando Pirates striker, may have appeared superhuman, but he has just been struck down by a terrible disease.
Tendai Ndoro's narrative of going from riches to rags to riches is one of the most sad in recent memory. The 36-year-old is reportedly losing his vision due to diabetes, which might force him to retire from professional football.
Images of the frail-looking Tendai Ndoro appeared not long ago when he was photographed practicing with Division one team Simba Bhora, where he intended to resume his football career after leaving South Africa. According to growing sources, the disease has taken its toll on him, and he is no longer a member of the squad.
Simba Bhora's owner, Simba Ndoro, who is also related to the dangerous forward, acknowledged that he is being treated for diabetes and has been for some time. "Tendai is no longer with us, but we have been aiding him with medical expenditures," Simba said in an interview with Newsday. He was scheduled to have surgery over the weekend. I'll have to look into how things went."
Tendai Ndoro is not the only former Orlando Pirates player who has been diagnosed with diabetes; Bernard Lushozi has also been afflicted with this life-altering disease. Earlier this year, the former footballer turned school principal underwent a successful eye surgery after losing sight in one of his eyes. Fortunately for him, he is regaining his sight because to advances in science and medicine.
According to sources, Bernard Lushozi also took a leave of absence from his primary job in order to have this life-changing surgery. Mr. Bernard Lushozi is now recovering after making a number of televised appearances as a football commentator following his life-changing eye surgery.
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