Date:Wednesday March 15 2006
George Ndah has spoken of his happiness at rejoining training on Monday.
George's last game was against Sheffield Wednesday, when a horrific challenge caused medial ligament damage, once again sending him to the treatment room.
If this weeks training goes well, George should be ready for a reserve match, and may eventually play some part in Wolves end of season push.
Anyone that has met George will tell you that his enthusiasm for football, and for Wolves is as strong today, a when he first joined the club, remarkable considering his catalogue of injuries.
Lesser players would have hung up their boots long ago, but George keeps fighting back to fitness time and time again.
Good luck on the recovery trail George, from all at Vital Wolves.
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