Sekajja makes Bees loan switch

Barnet manager Edgar Davids has signed rookie striker Ibra Sekajja on a one-month loan deal from Crystal Palace.

Last Updated: 10/01/13 at 19:37

Sekajja: Hopes to improve the Bees

Sekajja: Hopes to improve the Bees

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The 20-year-old, who scored the goal which secured Palace's Championship survival in the 1-1 draw against Hull in 2011, links up again with his old Eagles team-mate Davids at Underhill Stadium.

Sekajja is set to be included in the Bees squad to face Rotherham on Saturday.

He told the club's official website: "It is great to be here and it is great to link up with Edgar again because we had a good friendship at Palace.

"Coming on loan is a different challenge because you are playing against men but hopefully I can come in, play games and improve the team."

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