Mark Kerr has made his first move during the January transfer window by bringing in highly rated 21 year old Ipswich Town defender Corrie Ndaba.
Mark said :”I have been down and watched Corrie live and also we have watched plenty of footage of him. We also got excellent feedback from the staff at Ipswich and every report on him is very positive. With the games coming thick and fast between now and the end of the season we need to make sure we have good defensive options. Corrie is a big, strong, athletic defender who is quick and good on the ball.”
Corrie started his career with Cherry Orchard in Dublin where Ipswich signed him from in 2016 and is under contract with them until 2022. He enjoyed a good pre season during August and impressed in friendlies against Tottenham and West Ham. Corrie has started several games for Ipswich this season and has received praise from manager Paul Lambert. He has signed on loan to the end of the season.