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Ajax Capetown Statement On Ndoro’ s Departure

Terrence Mawawa Ajax Capetown Chairman Ari Efstathiou has issued a statement regarding Zimbabwean striker Tendai Ndoro’s departure barely six months into his contract. Ajax Capetown who were last season relegated to the National First Division after being docked points for using the player who was deemed illegible to play in the ABSA Premiership. Efstathiou told [ ]

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