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Mugeyi advises Ndoro to stay with Aces

By Tawanda Mutema

Wilfred Mugeyi is urging fellow Zimbabwean Tendai Ndoro to work hard at building on the seven League goals he scored for Mpumalanga Black Aces in his first season in the South African Premiership.

Tendai Ndoro
Tendai Ndoro

Ndoro – acquired from Chicken Inn in his homeland – finished three goals behind top scorer Bernard Parker of Kaizer Chiefs, leading to reported interest from rival topflight teams.

However Mugeyi – himself a prolific scorer during his stint with Umtata Bush Bucks – is advising Ndoro to stay with Aces and establish himself before thinking of moving to a bigger club.

“He must remain grounded. He has done well by scoring seven goals in his first season but there is still a long way to go,” Mugeyi tells KickOff.com

During the 1996/97 season, Mugeyi – nicknamed “Silver Fox” – scored 22 goals for Bush Bucks in all competitions. 

“It is difficult to accurately judge a player after only his first season in the PSL. It is important to remain consistent during the second and third seasons to prove that the initial success was not a flash in the pan,” explains the AmaZulu assistant coach. 

“I encourage Tendai to remain focused, to work harder at his game and aim to continue scoring regularly. The good reports and positive publicity can get to the players’ heads, especially the young ones.

“Tendai has made a strong announcement of his arrival. The important thing is to remain scoring and this can only happen if he remains grounded,” Mugeyi notes. Kick Off.com