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PHOTOS| He spent most of his career playing overseas, Check out his R20 million car collection

When you become wealthy, you no longer live in rented apartments but rather in magnificent mansions; instead of driving cars, you fly in private jets; instead of wearing robber bands around your wrist, you wear gold watches; and instead of colorful garden slides, you use Gucci slides.

Ndlovu is without a doubt one of the most highly compensated football players in the country. He was born in Jouberton, which is located close to Klerksdorp.

Ndlovu got his start in football by playing in the streets, and he was very fortunate to be given the opportunity to try out for Platinum Stars.

However, it wasn't all rainbows and unicorns here either. Young Ndlovu took a flight to Johannesburg in order to participate in football tryouts, and while he was there, he slept in the restroom at a train station for three nights.

After making an initial favorable impression in the younger levels of the sport, the club decided to sign him to a contract. However, not long after that, his performance began to suffer as a result of the new source of income being a distraction. In 2011, Platinum Stars made the decision not to extend his contract because of this.

After Ndlovu's contract with Platinum Stars was terminated, his agent strongly suggested that he relocate outside of South Africa. After a brief tryout with the Israeli team Bnei Yehuda, which resulted in the team signing him after only two days, he went on to play his whole career outside of Israel.

"I will go wherever there is money," he said.

The organizations that Ndlovu chooses to compete for have been the subject of criticism.

In an interview from the year 2018, Ndlovu discussed the process by which he chooses a squad for which he will compete.

According to Ndlovu, I didn't start being strategic with my squad picks till I was 26 years old.

"I researched countries that are now enjoying economic expansion. Why bother traveling to Belgium for such a low salary? Okay, so even though I play in a nation that is really big when it comes to football, I don't make very much money. Why not go to a country where the government invests a significant amount of money in the sport of football?

He stated, "There is money in every club in China, therefore I'll be able to buy whatever I want." Therefore, why should I be concerned about what other people are saying about the location in which I play?

He went on to clarify that this shouldn't be interpreted to mean that he doesn't care about football or about representing his country in international competitions.

By improving his skills while on the field, he compensates for the fact that some of the teams he has played for are not broadcast in South Africa and thus do not contribute to his overall statistics.

The fact that he owns such a ludicrous collection of automobiles is proof that his strategy for choosing team members has been successful.

3.5 million South African Rand for a Bentley Continental GT.

This absolutely gorgeous Continental GT is at the top of the list, and it looks like it's his favorite vehicle in all of his collection overall.

After looking inside the GT, it is obvious why he had such a good time operating the vehicle.

Lamborghini Huracán - R5 million

Lamborghini claims that the Huracán is the product of the perfect union of design and technology, and even just looking at it can make one feel energized.

The Huracán's odd-firing 5.2-liter V10 engine allows it to accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in under 3.2 seconds, making it one of the quickest cars in the world.

Mercedes-AMG G63 costs 3 million South African Rand.

It seems reasonable to include the G63 in this group of automobiles designed for families.

R2.6 million gets you a Mercedes-AMG GT S.

There is a more cutting-edge model available for the Mercedes-AMG GT dubbed the GT S.

It comes equipped with an AMG 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine, which, like to all other AMG engines, is hand-built by a single individual.

Porsche Cayenne S - R1.4 million

If the family is not going to be driving the scary G63, then the Cayenne S is the best choice among the alternatives.

The Cayenne is an excellent choice for a luxurious midsize SUV. Exhilarating handling and potent engines contribute to the vehicle's status as one of the top performers in its category.

Audi R8 – R3 million

The Audi R8 is a great luxury sports car that combines the dependability and comfort of a conventional Audi with the very best of both worlds: the driving experience of a high-performance two-seater.

The car's handling has been labeled "razor-sharp," and its incredible acceleration is made possible by the strong V10 engine that powers the vehicle.

Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet – R1.8 million

Ndlovu surprised his wife with a new Porsche 911 for Valentine's Day earlier this year. The couple already has two beautiful girls to call their own.

The experiences that Ndlovu went through can serve as a source of motivation and encouragement for the younger people in your life. It takes time to become successful; start off by taking baby steps, and before you know it, you'll be able to breathe a sigh of relief that reaches to the heavens.

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