Polokwane City goalkeeper Harold Ndlovu has taken time off playing football to focus on his studies, but says he has not retired.
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The second-choice shot-stopper, who has an honours degree in Information Science with the University of Limpopo, is doing his second year in law at the same institution.
“Now I’m busy with my registration and all that. I’m investing my time in school, but I am not retiring because I am still young to do that. I need time to focus on my studies at this moment,” Ndlovu tells KickOff.com.
“I don’t know how they are going to handle it at the club. I can’t put a time-frame to say I will be away from football for this long. It’s just that for now I just want to focus on the studying side. I am doing my second year in law with the University of Limpopo, because remember I already have an honours degree in Information Science with the same university.
“I was with them last year, but I was struggling because [of football].”
Ndlovu played seven matches in all competitions for Rise and Shine in the first half of the season, keeping two clean sheets.