Ndlovu focuses on building SA business empire

JOHANNESBURG - One of Zimbabwe Warriors and Highlanders' finest forwards, Adam Ndlovu, says he has merely taken a break from domestic and international football in order to go into business here.
In an exclusive interview with CAJ News on Friday last week, Ndlovu scoffed at the rumours doing the

rounds that the former Warriors’ deadly striker was on the way to retirement.
“I am not yet retired, neither am I even dreaming of quitting football because soccer is my life. I am on the sidelines simply because I was busy setting up some business investments here in Johannesburg that have created so many jobs for both Zimbabweans and South Africans. The other reason for my quietness is because I am still waiting for my permit to be processed. Any time from now I might start playing football again down here,” said Ndlovu.
The industrious striker, who once played for Free State Stars, said several clubs in both the SA premiership and the Mvela Golden leagues were clamouring for his signature.
Ndlovu, who is the well-known Peter Ndlovu’s brother, said he was practising on his own but sometimes played in friendly matches to keep himself fit ahead of any concrete contract in the SA premiership or the Mvela Golden League. – CAJ News

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