Chris Kinnear delighted with early impact made by defender Michael Kamara
Dover Athletic manager Chris
Kinnear admits he has been delighted by the impact made at Crabble
by new signing Michael Kamara.
The 23-year-old defender,
who was born in Athens, arrived last week from Carshalton
Athletic, having previously had Blue Square Bet South
experience with Boreham Wood and Staines Town.
performance in Tuesday's 1-0 home win over Bromley included
one crucial challenge to deny Elliott Buchanan an equaliser and
manager Kinnear said: "Michael did well, like he did (on his debut)
at Salisbury and he’s still only a young lad."
Kinnear employed Kamara in the
back three of a 3-5-2 formation and, with Steve Watt’s loan switch
to Maidstone United having been made permanent and Ian Simpemba
still suspended, the 23-year-old’s arrival at Crabble from
Carshalton Athletic is timely.
Striker Terry Dixon, meanwhile, has joined Thurrock United
on a month’s loan in a bid to gain some match fitness.
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