By Langton Nyakwenda
Warriors legend, Peter Ndlovu, has joined Mamelodi Sundowns’ coaching structures and is currently in Ghana where the South African team is engaged in pre-season friendly matches with local teams. The Warriors assistant coach is not in Zambia with the senior national team for the Cosafa Castle Cup and confirmed that he is in Ghana although he could not comment further on his move to The Brazilians as Mamelodi Sundowns are affectionately known as in South Africa.
“I am in Ghana, who is this,” said Ndlovu when The Sunday Mail Sport sought to get more information on his move to Sundowns today.
Our correspondent understands that Ndlovu has been given a developmental coaching job at amelodi Sundowns where head coach and former Bafana Bafana mentor, Pitso Mosimane is a strong admirer of the Zimbabwean legend.
Reports in South Africa confirm that Mamelodi Sundowns are in Ghana where they are set to play local football giants, Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko and Dwarfs.
This is Ndlovu’s second association with Mamelodi Sundowns having played for The Brazilians between 2004 and 2008 when he had just returned from a 13-year career in England – Sunday Mail.