George Ndah

George Ndah

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George Ndah

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George Ebialimolisa Ndah (born 23 December 1974 in Camberwell, England) 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...
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