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The Grimsby Telegraph "Keep Kabba Campaign"
By: The Grimsby Telegraph
Grimsby Town loan striker Steve Kabba is the man of the moment after scoring twice in the Mariners' spellbinding 6-5 win over Burnley. He has hit six goals in 12 games for Paul Groves' men and has become an instant hit with the Town faithful. But he might not be at Blundell Park for much longer.
His three-month loan spell ends on November 23 and Crystal Palace have already given Town the thumbs-up to keep the 21-year-old wonderkid until next summer. Now it's up to him.
Today we want you to team up with us in our 'Keep Kabba' campaign and persuade him that Blundell Park is the place to be.
Chairman Peter Furneaux has revealed that the club would love to buy the player, and he has three matches left to decide whether to stay with the Mariners.
The clock is ticking but we won't let him leave without a fight.
We know he can score the goals to help take Town clear of the drop zone - but now it's your turn.
We want you to bombard us with your messages for the Mariners' newest hero.
Whether it's a reason you think he should stay, or just the impact you think he's made to the mighty Mariners, get in touch and we'll hand over every single message to the man himself.
Chairman Peter Furneaux believes fan-power can help keep Kabba in Town, and we're right behind him.
When Town take on Gillingham on Saturday we want every single supporter to make themselves heard and bring the house down in a bid to hang on to our 'Stevie Wonder'.
"The papers have been signed by both parties and it's just waiting on the player," said Furneaux.
"The fans can make a tremendous difference and we want them to turn up the volume on Saturday and let him know how we feel.
"We're right behind this campaign and we've got three weeks to try and persuade him to sign on the dotted line.
"If we could get the money together we'd like to buy him because he's made a tremendous impact here."
To join the Keep Kabba campaign, text your messages to.
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