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Esrom "Yellowman Nyandoro is a Zimbabwean footballer who has played most of his career matches in the South African premier league featuring for Sundowns Football Club.  
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''Esrom "Yellowman'' Nyandoro''' is a Zimbabwean footballer who has played most of his career matches in the South African premier league featuring for Sundowns Football Club.  
  
 
==Background==
 
==Background==
Nyandoro was born on February 6, 1980 in Bulawayo.<ref name="a">[http://youthvillage.co.zw/2013/05/10-things-you-dont-know-about-know-about-esrom-nyandoro/# 10 Things you didnt know about Esrom Nyandoro], ''Youth Village'', Published: May 11, 2013, Retrieved: February 6, 2015</ref> He did his secondary education at Mzilikazi High School. Nyandoro was discovered by scouts while playing in the Peter Ndlovu invitational under 19 tournament.<ref name="a"/> He is married to Ruth who he is said to have been involved since he was eighteen, the couple has three children, Tinashe and twins Tatenda and Tawanda.<ref name="b"/>  Ruth is also said to have been a footballer but stopped playing when their first child was born.   
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Nyandoro was born on February 6, 1980 in [[Bulawayo]].<ref name="a">[http://youthvillage.co.zw/2013/05/10-things-you-dont-know-about-know-about-esrom-nyandoro/# 10 Things you didnt know about Esrom Nyandoro], ''Youth Village'', Published: May 11, 2013, Retrieved: February 6, 2015</ref> He is married to Ruth who he is said to have been involved since he was eighteen, the couple has three children, Tinashe and twins Tatenda and Tawanda.<ref name="b"/>  Ruth is also said to have been a footballer but stopped playing when their first child was born.   
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== Education ==
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He did his secondary education at [[Mzilikazi High School]]. Nyandoro was discovered by scouts while playing in the [[Peter Ndlovu]] invitational under 19 tournament.<ref name="a"/>
  
 
==Football career==
 
==Football career==
 
Nyandoro started playing football at a very young age but his big break came when he was spotted while playing in the [[Peter Ndlovu]] under 19 invitational tournament. He also played for Zimbabwe Saints Juniors before joining the now defunct Amazulu Football Club<ref name="a"/> while he was just seventeen years old and by the time he turned twenty he was already a regular starter.<ref name="b">[http://www.informante.co.za/sport/respect-the-game/ Esromm Nyandoro], ''Informante'', Published: February 13, 2013, Retrieved: February 6, 2015</ref> He got his first national cap at age twenty one against Burkina Faso and he played so well that he was named man of the match. Nyandoro was also part of the history making warriors team that qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations in 2004. Nyandoro's goal against Cameroon at the tournament was voted the goal of the tournament.<ref name="b"/> Esrom Nyandoro was signed by Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club of South Africa in 2004 where he was named rookie of the year in his debut season.  In 2006 he was linked with a move to Sheffield United, a move which had been put in motion by Peter Ndlovu but no deal materialised. He went back to Sundowns where he had a very glittering career in which he also captained the team.  
 
Nyandoro started playing football at a very young age but his big break came when he was spotted while playing in the [[Peter Ndlovu]] under 19 invitational tournament. He also played for Zimbabwe Saints Juniors before joining the now defunct Amazulu Football Club<ref name="a"/> while he was just seventeen years old and by the time he turned twenty he was already a regular starter.<ref name="b">[http://www.informante.co.za/sport/respect-the-game/ Esromm Nyandoro], ''Informante'', Published: February 13, 2013, Retrieved: February 6, 2015</ref> He got his first national cap at age twenty one against Burkina Faso and he played so well that he was named man of the match. Nyandoro was also part of the history making warriors team that qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations in 2004. Nyandoro's goal against Cameroon at the tournament was voted the goal of the tournament.<ref name="b"/> Esrom Nyandoro was signed by Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club of South Africa in 2004 where he was named rookie of the year in his debut season.  In 2006 he was linked with a move to Sheffield United, a move which had been put in motion by Peter Ndlovu but no deal materialised. He went back to Sundowns where he had a very glittering career in which he also captained the team.  
  
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== Teams Played For ==
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*Amazulu Football Club - South Africa (2004)
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*Mamelodi Sundowns.<ref name="transfer market">, [http://www.transfermarkt.com/esrom-nyandoro/profil/spieler/80431 TRANSFER HISTORY],''Transfer Market'', ,retrieved:26 Jun 2015"</ref>
 
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==National Team Caps==
 
==National Team Caps==
*31
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*31  
  
 
==Philanthropy==
 
==Philanthropy==
Nyandoro was said to have donated goods valued at R10 000 to Mpilo Central Hospital. He was reported to have pledged to continue supporting the community whenever possible<ref name="c">Mzingaye Sibanda [http://www.chronicle.co.zw/esrom-nyandoro-donates-to-mpilo-hospital/ Nyandoro donates to Mpilo Hospital], ''The Herald'', Published: June 6, 2014.</ref>[[File:ESROM-NYANDORA-DONATES6-JUN.jpg|thumb|Nyandoro (2nd from right) handing over goods to the hospital staff]]
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Nyandoro was said to have donated goods valued at R10 000 to [[Mpilo Central Hospital]]. He was reported to have pledged to continue supporting the community whenever possible<ref name="c">Mzingaye Sibanda [http://www.chronicle.co.zw/esrom-nyandoro-donates-to-mpilo-hospital/ Nyandoro donates to Mpilo Hospital], ''The Herald'', Published: June 6, 2014.</ref>[[File:ESROM-NYANDORA-DONATES6-JUN.jpg|thumb|Nyandoro (2nd from right) handing over goods to the hospital staff]]
  
 
==Accolades==
 
==Accolades==
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Revision as of 06:39, 26 June 2015

Esrom Nyandoro
Esrom in action
BornEsrom Nyandoro
(1980-02-06) February 6, 1980 (age 40)
Bulawayo
ResidenceSouth Africa
NationalityZimbabwe
EducationMzilikazi High School
Occupation
  • Footballer.
EmployerMamelodi Sundowns Football Club
Spouse(s)Ruth
ChildrenTinashe, Tatenda, Tawanda

Esrom "Yellowman Nyandoro is a Zimbabwean footballer who has played most of his career matches in the South African premier league featuring for Sundowns Football Club.

Background

Nyandoro was born on February 6, 1980 in Bulawayo.[1] He is married to Ruth who he is said to have been involved since he was eighteen, the couple has three children, Tinashe and twins Tatenda and Tawanda.[2] Ruth is also said to have been a footballer but stopped playing when their first child was born.

Education

He did his secondary education at Mzilikazi High School. Nyandoro was discovered by scouts while playing in the Peter Ndlovu invitational under 19 tournament.[1]

Football career

Nyandoro started playing football at a very young age but his big break came when he was spotted while playing in the Peter Ndlovu under 19 invitational tournament. He also played for Zimbabwe Saints Juniors before joining the now defunct Amazulu Football Club[1] while he was just seventeen years old and by the time he turned twenty he was already a regular starter.[2] He got his first national cap at age twenty one against Burkina Faso and he played so well that he was named man of the match. Nyandoro was also part of the history making warriors team that qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations in 2004. Nyandoro's goal against Cameroon at the tournament was voted the goal of the tournament.[2] Esrom Nyandoro was signed by Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club of South Africa in 2004 where he was named rookie of the year in his debut season. In 2006 he was linked with a move to Sheffield United, a move which had been put in motion by Peter Ndlovu but no deal materialised. He went back to Sundowns where he had a very glittering career in which he also captained the team.

Teams Played For

  • Amazulu Football Club - South Africa (2004)
  • Mamelodi Sundowns.[3]
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National Team Caps

  • 31

Philanthropy

Nyandoro was said to have donated goods valued at R10 000 to Mpilo Central Hospital. He was reported to have pledged to continue supporting the community whenever possible[4]

Nyandoro (2nd from right) handing over goods to the hospital staff

Accolades

  • Rookie of the year 2004
  • Goal of the tournament: AFCON 2004
  • South African Premier league winners medal 2006, 2007, 2014[5]

Video

Nyandoro featuring for Sundowns

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 10 Things you didnt know about Esrom Nyandoro, Youth Village, Published: May 11, 2013, Retrieved: February 6, 2015
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Esromm Nyandoro, Informante, Published: February 13, 2013, Retrieved: February 6, 2015
  3. , TRANSFER HISTORY,Transfer Market, ,retrieved:26 Jun 2015"
  4. Mzingaye Sibanda Nyandoro donates to Mpilo Hospital, The Herald, Published: June 6, 2014.
  5. Rejuvenated Nyandoro sings ‘Downs’ praises, NewsDay, Published: February 27, 2013, Retrieved: February 6, 2015