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Kilmarnock Boss Confirms Ndaba Interest
Wednesday, 3rd Jul 2024 17:12

Kilmarnock boss Derek McInnes has confirmed he wants to sign former Killie loanee Corrie Ndaba on a permanent basis.

The 24-year-old spent last season on loan with the Scottish Premiership side and McInnes is hopeful that the Dubliner will return to Rugby Park.

“We would like Corrie, I said that to him at the end of the season, I said it to him last season,” McInnes told Killie’s club Twitter.

“I’ve spoken to him a few times throughout the summer, I spoke to him again last week. He's probably got to get himself sorted out at Ipswich but we feel there's a deal to be done.

“We'll wait and see but we've got to be mindful we're a couple of defenders short, we'd like to try and make a couple of signings if we can.

“We've got a very important game and a very important season coming up so if we have to move on we will. We would like Corrie but ultimately Corrie might have other options.”

Kilmarnock will be looking to get a deal for Ndaba done as soon as possible with their opening Europa League game at home to Cercle Bruges on Thusday 25th July.

Academy product Ndaba joined Town’s academy at 16 and has spent much of his time with the Blues out on loan having had spells with Hemel Hempstead Town, Chelmsford City, Ayr United, Salford City, Burton Albion and Fleetwood Town prior to last year’s stint at Rugby Park.

For Town, Ndaba, whose contract is up next summer with the club having an option for a further year, four starts and one sub appearance, all in cup competitions.


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wkj added 08:04 - Jul 4
I feel for some of the young lads who had the 1st team move more and more out of reach as we've got it together and back in the prem. It sounds like the k'nockers love Ndaba - so I would say a move would be great for him.
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Linkboy13 added 08:33 - Jul 4
A much better player than Baggott and he's proved it on the pitch. I think it would do Baggott a world of good to go and play in the Scottish premier league for a season but im not sure he would get much game time either way time is running out for him he needs to start proving himself..
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slade1 added 08:52 - Jul 4
Linkboy13, I agree with you.
Baggott is a strange one really.
We have been told for years and years how good he is etc etc, but nothing has really happened with him. His career hasn't really moved on tbh
Usually when there is a promising youngster on the scene, lots of other clubs keep an eye on them but for some reason Baggott is just standing still and nothing happening with him.
I wish him well though and hope he makes it somewhere.
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slade1 added 08:52 - Jul 4
Linkboy13, I agree with you.
Baggott is a strange one really.
We have been told for years and years how good he is etc etc, but nothing has really happened with him. His career hasn't really moved on tbh
Usually when there is a promising youngster on the scene, lots of other clubs keep an eye on them but for some reason Baggott is just standing still and nothing happening with him.
I wish him well though and hope he makes it somewhere.
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