Kabba parts ways with Barnet

Barnet have confirmed that former Sheffield United striker Steve Kabba has left the club by mutual consent.

Last Updated: 24/04/13 at 17:55

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The 32-year-old arrived at Underhill in July 2010, scoring 12 goals in 32 appearances, but has not featured this season after suffering a long-standing knee injury.

Despite nearing a return to fitness, the decision to part company was made by both parties in an effort to allow Kabba time to find a new club for the pre-season.

Kabba's finest moment with the Bees came when he scored all four goals in a 4-1 win at Burton Albion and the North London-based club publicly thanked the forward for his services on their official website.

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