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Discussion in 'Wolverhampton Wanderers' started by theworm2345, Dec 28, 2005.
It looks like it was better today, how bad was Ndah's injury?
No idea. People seem to think that it could be a broken leg, although I've just seen Hoddle's post match comments, and he seems to think that it's ligament damage. Not good news either way. I can't see him making many more performances in old gold.Naylor went off injured too. I don't know what with. To me, that's a bigger loss than Ndah - Naylor supplies most of our crosses (I believe he set up Anderton's goal). I hope he's back vs Plymouth.
I think if Ndah was healthy he would be one of the better players on the team
Perhaps. I've got fond memories of his performances in the 2002/3 FA Cup run - the 3-2 over Newcastle, and the 4-1 win over Leicester where he tore their defence apart. If I recall correctly, he signed not too long after Akinbiyi (who cost us £3.5 million and we sold for over £5 million), and he looked a much better player. Sadly though, he's hardly played in the last few seasons and has never really achieved his full potential. It's a really pity - in the past I've advocated keeping him when others have already resigned him to the scrap heap. However, I think this is one setback too many. Hell, he makes Anderton look like the indestructable Captain Scarlet!!
Some positive news on Ndah, as well as Naylor and Gyepes. I thought Gyepes would be out for the season - he looked in a lot of pain on Monday.