Peter Ndlovu is one of the most talented footballers to have played for the Zimbabwe national team. He started his professional career at Highlanders Football Club before moving to English side Coventry City Football Club where he also became an instant hit and earned the nickname, "Elephant". He became the first player in thirty years to score a hat-trick against Liverpool Football Club at Anfield. He also played for other English teams such as Sheffield Wednesday Football Club, Huddersfield Town Football Club and Birmingham City.

During the twilight stages of his career, he sealed a move to the South African Premier League where he signed for Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club. He scored a lot of goals for the club and even went on to clinch the league title with the club. When he retired from football, he was employed by the club as the-the club manager in 2013.

Peter is the most capped Zimbabwean footballer of all time. He was part of the dream team and played alongside other legends of Zimbabwean soccer such as John Phiri, Rahman Gumbo and Madinda Ndlovu. Peter Ndlovu is also the country's leading goal scorer of all time. (Full article...)

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