Zimbabwe International Footballer Tendai Ndoro has reportedly gone bankrupt after losing all his properties to his ex-wife following their divorce

 Zimbabwe international Tendai Ndoro has reportedly gone bankrupt after losing all his properties to his ex-wife following their divorce.

The 36-year-old is said to have registered his properties in the name of his South African partner, Thando Maseko.

Ndoro and his wife, who is a model, used to live in South Africa in the footballer's multi-million dollar Kyalami Estates in Johannesburg.

However, following their divorce, the footballer is said to have lost all his cars and the apartment to her. Ndoro spent the better part of his playing career in South Africa, where he played for Cape Town City, Orlando Pirates, Black Aces and Ajax Cape Town. He also made a fortune when he earned a transfer to Asia, lining up for Omani top division side Al-Orouba.

According to a report by Zimbabwean portal Soccer24, the veteran forward has been struggling financially since his divorce.

A source close to the footballer is quoted as saying that all his properties have gone to his ex-wife, since he registered them in her name.

“As you know, Tindo (Ndoro) was married to Thando. But they didn’t have the best of marriages, they were always fighting. Despite that, he registered the house he had here in South Africa and the luxury cars they had, under the lady’s name,” the source said.

“So when they had a fall-out, he lost everything to Maseko, which explains the situation he is in now.”

Meanwhile, Ndoro is said to have received some financial help from the owner of Mpumalanga Black Aces, Geroge Morfou. His Zimbabwean teammate and Aston Villa midfielder Marvelous Nakamba is also reported to have given him some money.

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