Ex-striker returns to face County
5:01pm Thursday 23rd January 2014 in Latest Football
NEWPORT County must beware of the jilted-ex tomorrow as they will come up against former Spytty Park striker Kaid Mohamed, writes Michael Pearlman.
The 29-year old has joined Rovers on loan until May from Port Vale and he was registered in time to be in contention for the clash with the Exiles tomorrow.
Mohamed was with County briefly in the 2008/9 campaign and is a local boy.
He joined Vale in June having scored 18 goals during a two-year spell with Cheltenham Town, but has made only six League One appearances since then.
"I didn't have much scope to add three or four players so I'm happy to bring in a good, experienced player," manager John Ward told BBC Radio Bristol.
"He's got pace and can play on either wing. Hopefully he can bring the goalscoring record he had at Cheltenham to us."
Meanwhile, County have sold all of their tickets for tomorrow’s clash.
The Exiles revealed on their website that all 1300 tickets have been snapped up and as such, no tickets will be available for Newport fans on the door.
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