George Ebialimolisa Ndah
(born 23 December 1974 in Camberwell
) is a retired English football
player from Asaba, Nigeria
and a twin to Mickey Ndah. He has an older brother named Jamie who has also played on a lower league level.
Ndah began his footballing days as an apprentice at Crystal Palace
turning professional there in August, 1992 and before that a youth at Dulwich Hamlet
. His older brother Jamie was also a footballer.
During his days at Selhurst Park
he was loaned out twice. The first time was in 1995, when he played 15 games for Bournemouth
, then, two years later, he had a short spell at Gillingham
, one that was curtailed by illness.
Ndah moved to Swindon Town
for £500,000 in November, 1997, and in his two years with the Wiltshire
side, he was a firm favourite of the crowd there. He departed for Wolverhampton Wanderers
in October, 1999, brought about by financial problems at the County Ground. He signed for Wolves at a cost of £1 million.
Unfortunately his Wolves career suffered an early blow when his leg was broken by Matt Carbon
during only his third game, against local rivals West Bromwich Albion
. He recovered from his broken leg and knee and groin injuries to resume his Molineux
career in the autumn of 2000 and soon made himself a popular figure with the Molineux faithful - especially after his two goal return in the home victory over West Bromwich Albion. Injuries again scotched hopes for a better 2001/02
. Ndah made just... Read More