Steven Kabba has yet to make his first team debut.
Steve Kabba is an experienced striker who joined his current club Barnet in the summer of 2010 Steve is a battling attacker who has the ability to unsettle opposing defences. He began his career at Crystal Palace and was then at Sheffield United, appearing in the 2003 FA Cup semi final for the Blades. Steve moved on to Watford and began 2009-10 at Brentford but soon found himself out of favour and moved on loan to Burton Albion before leaving Griffin Park at the end of the campaign. He proved an effective player for Barnet, reaching a double figure total to finish as second-top scorer in 2010-11. His tally included all four goals in the important win at Burton Albion in April, a result that helped Barnet retain their place in League Two.
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