Barnet Football Club


After making his debut on Saturday against York City Bondz N’Gala is itching to help Barnet progress up the Npower League Two table.
The defender replaced Chiro N’Toko after 80 minutes but was only on the pitch for a matter of minutes before being stretchered off with a head injury.
He has already recovered and minus a few stitches all is well with the 23-year-old now desperate to help fire the Bees to safety and beyond.
“I am very pleased to come to Barnet Football Club.
“Hopefully I can help the team progress up the table and all things considered Saturday was not a bad start.”
N’Gala regularly featured for Stevenage making 16 appearances this season before joining the Bees and he hopes that experience can help him help Barnet.
“I have played a lot of games for Stevenage this season so I am hoping that experience can benefit me during my time at Barnet.”
I also hope that I can learn a lot from my time here, settle in quick and like I said help the lads pick up points.”
Andy Iro returned to Stevenage last week after his loan with the club expired and N’Gala revealed that Iro was complimentary of every aspect of the club.
“I spoke to Andy before I joined and he told me a lot about the club, all of which was very positive.
“He enjoyed his time here, played well and gained a lot so hopefully I can have a similar experience.”
Dani Lopez also made the move to Barnet from Stevenage and the defender believes his presence will help his progression as well as the teams. 
 “I have obviously joined with Dani and having a player around who you know will always make it a little easier to settle in.
“Dani is a very good player a natural goalscorer, he has scored goals in this league before so hopefully he can do the same for Barnet.
“We both want to win games and have a big impact on the club.”