Peter Ndlovu

Where is Peter Ndlovu now?

A fan’s favourite at Coventry City after scoring some memorable goals for the club, Peter Ndlovu retired from playing in 2009 whilst at Thanda Royal Zulu in South Africa.

Ndlovu was the first black African footballer to play in the Premier League when he turned out for the Sky Blues in August 1992 and went onto make 176 league appearances for them.

In total he played for 23 years, 13 of which were spent playing football in England for four different teams.
 
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He was also an important member of the Zimbabwe national side between 1991 and 2007 and is the record-holder for most caps (100) and most goals (38).

After a couple of years out of the game Ndlovu returned to football in 2011 as coach of the Zimbabwean under 23’s national team and also worked with the full national team as assistant coach.

He also spent time working as team manager of South African Premier League side Mamelodi Sundowns.

Ndlovu became a reborn Christian after he was involved in a tragic car accident that killed his elder brother Adam and a female companion and left him with two fractured legs in December 2012.

These is little information on what he is doing now but it has been reported that owns a number of properties in Zimbabwe which he rents out.

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Peter Ndlovu: Premier League Statistics

NationalityZimbabwean
PositionForward
Appearances154
Goals34
Yellow Cards6
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forCoventry City

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com