Former Orlando Pirates striker Tendai Ndoro has prioritized national health ahead of the desperate hopes to finish the season behind closed doors.
The Highlands Park striker warns that the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak is dangerous to human life and should therefore be given the due respect and maximum safety measures.
"What is important should be human life first. It’s not nice my brother. This thing [coronavirus] is not going away anytime soon. We must just protect ourselves,” said the former Zimbabwe Warriors striker to Daily Sun.
“Football is a contact sport and even if you can play behind closed doors, that would still pose serious threats.
So, what does Ndoro suggest from the available options of either canceling the season like the Dutch Eredivisie had done or simply to end the season as it stands to crown champions and relegate teams like in France and Belgium?
"There is nothing that we can do except to give up and acknowledge Chiefs as winners," Ndoro said.