Ndlovu reveals big Leopards decision


Black Leopards have mutually agreed to a contract termination with goalkeeper King Ndlovu.

The Limpopo outfit have welcomed Ndlovu's request to have his contract terminated with immediate effect.

The 28-year-old shot-stopper was initially suspended by Leopards after standing up for his teammates Lifa Hlongwane, Tebogo Makobela and Onyedikachi Ononogbu, who were side-lined for playing without permission in the Thabiso Semenya Easter Tournament.

It is not the first time the former Jomo Cosmos goalkeeper is to part ways with Lidoda Duvha, having left briefly in January last year after not seeing eye to eye with then head coach Luc Eymael.

“I have terminated my contract. I have left. I have [clearance] papers that allows me to join a team of my choice,” Ndlovu tells KickOff.com.

“I just have to live up to the agreement of the whole thing. Obviously, I can't give out the details, but we just agreed on a mutual termination.

“I'll wait for a couple of months and after that I will look for a job. But, to sign me, teams don't have to wait because I have terminated, so I'm a free agent now.

“I had lot of up and downs [at Leopards], but we learned a lot of lessons. I feel like I've done my part at Leopards, I feel like I have to move on and find new challenges.”

Leopards’ general manager Tshifiwa Thidiela could not be reached for a comment.

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