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Ndaba's Killie Add Celtic Win to Rangers Success
Monday, 21st Aug 2023 10:13

On-loan Blues defender Corrie Ndaba, who is with Kilmarnock for the season, added a victory over Celtic at Rugby Park in the Scottish League Cup yesterday to the win against Rangers two weeks ago.

Ndaba, 23, helped Killie to a 1-0 Scottish Premiership victory at home to the Ibrox club a fortnight ago and on Sunday beat the Bhoys by the same scoreline.

The Dubliner, who was at left-back, picked up a knock towards the end of yesterday's match, which he hopes is nothing serious.

Ndaba is contracted to the Blues until the summer of 2025 with the club having an option for a further season.

Elsewhere, on-loan Blues midfielder Panutche Camara missed Charlton's 3-2 home defeat to Port Vale on Saturday with a foot problem.

“He’s played two games in a week and just felt something under his foot,” manager Dean Holden explained to the South London Press. “It was a real risk if he had done any further damage it could’ve been a mid to long-term injury.

“We had to be really mindful of that. Unfortunately Pan missed out. Hopefully we’ll get him through this week and get him back for the Oxford game.”

Meanwhile, Gassan Ahadme continued his impressive start to his spell with Cambridge United as the U’s beat Bristol Rovers 2-0 on Saturday.

Ahadme didn’t add to his two goals in his first two League One games but again caught the eye as Mark Bonner’s side maintained their good start and sit top the League One table on goal difference.

Former Town keeper Harry Wright has joined Northern Premier League Witton Albion having left Fleetwood in June 2022 after a year at the Highbury Stadium.


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Mickslimp added 10:21 - Aug 21
Phil -- Cambridge have won 3 lost 1

ArnieM added 10:30 - Aug 21
Absolutely brilliant experience for him . He’ll come back a better player.

Tractor_Boy_in_HK added 10:42 - Aug 21
Corrie seems to be bouncing back from last year's lost season.

@Phil I don't believe you mention the club Panutche is playing for - I know it's Charlton but worth mentioning.

itsonlyme added 11:58 - Aug 21
Good lad! Any win over them is great!

Linkboy13 added 12:39 - Aug 21
Reading the report on the Kilmarnock v Celtic game Corrie had a good game and was very close to scoring twice. Bearing in mind the level of football he has been playing this in my mind puts him above Baggott in the pecking order.

bobble added 12:44 - Aug 21
i dont think any scottish team can compare to argentina....baggot has way more experience ....................

IpswichT62OldBoy added 12:46 - Aug 21
100% home record..

IpswichT62OldBoy added 12:46 - Aug 21
actually, no they lost at home to Stevenage

gosblue added 14:56 - Aug 21
Baggott will probably go out on loan too once we’ve signed an experienced CB. The transfer market tends to go mad in the last week as clubs try to get players out it to offload.

Burley4ever added 16:01 - Aug 21
I know this may not go down well but Mason Greenwood is now available and KMK must know him from his Man Utd days.
Could be a fresh start for him if he's cheap or free!!!

PhilTWTD added 16:22 - Aug 21

You're right, I forgot League One sides had midweek matches last week. How quickly we move on!

PhilTWTD added 16:23 - Aug 21

Did well this morning. Yes, Charlton, obviously.

brian_a_mul added 16:52 - Aug 21
Greenwood: KMK & Ashton put character above almost every other attribute. Dont think they or the American owners will go for that, it could kill the spirit the club have built the last 2 years. No thanks

Monkey_Blue added 18:29 - Aug 21
Watched the Rangers game just to see Corrie and he did well. Given how McK wants to play it’s not just going to be beneficial if he can get a whole season in for Killie, playing on that carpet demands good first touch and passing. I still believe their is a potentially exceptional player in there that Ipswich can get the benefit from. I think Gassan and Camara have more to do to convince me they have a long term future at a higher level.

Linkboy13 added 07:43 - Aug 22
Sorry bobble didn't realise Baggott was on loan to Argentina that was a cracker that one.

Ipswichbusiness added 11:11 - Aug 22
Burley4ever; whatever your opinion of Greenwood's situation, his wages will be far more than we could ever afford. I understand that there are quite a few overseas clubs looking at him (I wouldn't be surprised if he receives an offer from the Saudis).

PortmanTerrorist added 12:31 - Aug 22
We have 2 young defenders who in normal circumstances would be getting first Team minutes at ITFC. Am still unsure if that is an indictment on our willingness to give youth a chance, or testament to the strength of the 1st team. I suppose I hark back to Burley's days where a young player would be told they had 5 games, pretty much come what may, to establish themselves in the first team taking pressure of young players as they make that huge step. It worked, time and again. Are Baggot and Ndaba too old for that process now? I think not and I am not as convinced as some others that either could not do as good a job as Burgess, and they would definitely have better distribution!

And let's please leave the appalling and distressing mess that is Greenwood off this site. Nothing to do with us whatsoever.

Linkboy13 added 13:22 - Aug 22
I think McKenna and his coaching staff know if Baggott or Nsaba are ready for first team football . As ive said on here before we are not producing outstanding youngsters at the moment just decent ones. A couple of good performances in a pre season kick about is not going to get you a first team place. Burgess has done a reasonable job so far but we need another centre back to put pressure on Woolfenden and Burgess as the championship is physically very demanding.

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