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Ndaba, Morris and Tete on Target
Saturday, 7th May 2022 21:33

Corrie Ndaba was on target in his final game for loan side Salford City, while Ben Morris netted for his Swedish loan club GAIS and Tete Yengi scored for Finnish side VPS.

Ndaba headed Salford’s second goal in the 67th minute as they were defeated 4-2 at Stevenage in their last League Two match of 2021/22.

The centre-half or left-back Dubliner made 28 starts and two sub appearances for the Ammies, scoring twice, as they ended the season in 10th place.

The 22-year-old was named Player of the Year by Salford fans and the Dubliner thanked them for their support.

“It’s been unbelievable for me, I don’t really have words to describe it,” he said.

“The love they’ve shown throughout the whole season, I’ve never experienced anything like this, so I can only thank them. Chanting my name every game, even in the town, it’s just unbelievable.”

Elsewhere, Morris, also 22, netted the first goal as GAIS, who are second in Ettan Södra, Sweden’s third tier, thrashed Torns IF 5-1.

On-loan U23s striker Yengi scored for VPS as they won 2-0 away at Haka. The Swedish and Finnish seasons run through the summer.

Photo: Matchday Images

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brian_a_mul added 08:30 - May 8
Ndaba books extremely strong and will be full of confidence. Cant wait to see him back fighting for a first team spot

dirtydingusmagee added 09:56 - May 8
nice to see , well done lads .

Linkboy13 added 14:20 - May 8
Ndaba the only potential first team player for next season out of the three. The other two are playing at a low level of football and have lots to do.

pg888 added 14:40 - May 8
Maybe we should be playing Yengi on the basis that he scored a header from a corner!

OliveR16 added 16:43 - May 8
pg888 - though you could argue that if he scores from a set piece he really isn't our kind of player . . .

JewellintheTown added 11:51 - May 9
Congrats to all three. Well done!
Confidence builder and does them or us no harm at all.
Wish them all the best and hope they can use that to help support and strengthen the Town in the foreseeable future.

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