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Peter Ndlovu Biography | Age, Wife, Controversies

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Peter Ndlovu is a Zimbabwean football legend who is widely regarded as one of the best African players ever. He played for several clubs in England and scored 88 goals in the Premier League. He is also the team manager of the Mamelodi Sundowns in South Africa.

Background

Peter Ndlovu was born on February 25, 1973, in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He is 50 years old. He has a twin brother named Adam Ndlovu, who was also a footballer and died in a car crash in 2020. Peter Ndlovu survived the accident but was charged with culpable homicide, which was later dropped due to lack of evidence.

Peter Ndlovu is a devout Christian and belongs to the Apostolic Faith Mission of Zimbabwe, a Pentecostal church. He is often seen attending church services and praying.

Peter Ndlovu was married to gospel singer Sharon Dee, but they divorced in 2009 after she accused him of cheating on her. He has 13 children from different women and has faced legal battles over child maintenance.

Career

Peter Ndlovu-Image Source@Facebook

Peter Ndlovu-Image Source@Facebook

Peter Ndlovu started his football career at Highlanders Football Club in Zimbabwe in 1988, where he became a star player. In 1991, he moved to Coventry City in England and made an immediate impact. He scored 27 goals in three seasons with Coventry and became the first African player to score a hat-trick in the Premier League.

In 1995, he joined Sheffield United and then Huddersfield Town in 1998. He was the top scorer for Huddersfield in the 1999–2000 season. He also played for Birmingham City, Blackpool, and Oldham Athletic before retiring in 2011.

Peter Ndlovu was also a key player for the Zimbabwe National Team and captained the side from 1998 to 2005. He scored 38 goals for his country and participated in the African Cup of Nations in 2004 and 2006.

Controversies

Peter Ndlovu has been involved in several controversies throughout his career. In 2003, he was accused of assaulting a referee during a match in the African Cup of Nations, but he was cleared of any wrongdoing.

In 2009, he was accused of match-fixing by a South African newspaper, but he denied the allegations and sued the paper for defamation.

In 2020, he trended on social media after it emerged that he struggled to pay maintenance for his 13 children. He asked the court to reduce the amount he was paying to one of his baby mamas.

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