Congolese International Kangana Lord Ndiwa (25) is currently on trial at Lincoln from non league side AFC Liverpool.
The 6'1 centre half turned out in the reserves 2-1 defeat to Leeds Utd on Tuesday, and will remain on trial at Lincoln for the immediate future.
He started his career in Sweden with Värtans IK and later Djurgårdens IF. His impressive form caught the eye of Celtic, but after three trials he found himself at Sam Allardyces Bolton Wanderers in 2003.
He was a part of the team's squad between June 2003 and May 2004, but never actually managed a first team outing.
He did managed to get a handful of appearances on loan from Bolton at both Rochdale and Oldham.
After his time at Bolton he has also been registered as a player with several non league sides such as Stalybridge Celtic, Worthing as well as Slovenian outfit NK Drava Ptuj and Scottish side Montrose.
In 2008 he signed for our pre season opponents Ferencváros but didn’t earn himself a contract. Most recently he has been appearing for AFC Liverpool.
He also has international experience the Democratic Republic of Congo. He was in the 2004 African Nations Cup squad, who finished bottom of their group in the first round of competition. His one appearance came as a late substitute in the first Democratic Republic of Congo game of the tournament, a 2–1 defeat to Guinea.