Stunning pictures of a slight looking Tendai Ndoro have started worries over the Zimbabwean previous Orlando Pirates striker's wellbeing.
Ndoro has been preparing with Northern Region Division One side in his local country. The club is possessed by a relative of the 36-year-old, Simba Ndoro.
Stressing pictures have arisen of the previous Buccaneers star with reports of a secret ailment as the reason for his sensational weight reduction.
"I'm identified with Tendai, we are both Ndoros, so he is with the group as he keeps on recuperating from an affliction," said Simba Ndoro in converses with Zimbabwean paper The Herald.
"Tendai is in camp as I felt he required where he could recover as he has not been feeling good of late.
"In camp, he can find harmony of psyche and, collectively, we have a group specialist, who is assisting with evaluating him.
"Tendai is an accomplished player, who when completely fit, each group will need him ready, so we can't preclude chances of having him, on our books.
"He has a great deal of involvement and, on the off chance that he has completely recuperated, we will begin from that point in any case, the present moment, we are simply helping him, as one of us," Simba Ndoro was cited as saying.
'Fire 7' as Tendai Ndoro was known, played for various PSL groups during his visit in Mzansi, including Orlando Pirates (60 matches), Cape Town City FC (43), Highlands Park (28) and Ajax Cape Town (8).
He scored 23 objectives in all rivalries for Orlando Pirates somewhere in the range of 2015 and 2017.
His last PSL match was for Highlands Park against Kaizer Chiefs in January 2020 preceding he authoritatively left the club in May a year ago.
The South African wishes Tendai Ndoro a fast recuperation and a sound future.
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