Nyandoro eulogises Adam Ndlovu
Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Esrom Nyandoro has sent his condolences to the family of Adam Ndlovu, who passed away in a car accident on Sunday morning.
Nyandoro, who played together with Ndlovu in the Zimbabwe national team, told Supersport.com that the country has lost “a great person.”
He said that Ndlovu was a promising coach, who could have contributed even further to the local game.
“It is very sad that Adamski has gone just like that,” said Nyandoro. We were always in touch and he was a great person. His coaching career had just started and he took his team Chicken Inn to a third place in the league this just ended season. “It is very sad and we have lost such a great person.”
Ndlovu’s brother Peter, one of the finest players to have come out of Zimbabwe, was seriously injured in the same accident.
According to the latest reports, Peter – who is the assistant coach of the national side – is showing signs of improvement in his recovery.