But think about it a few moments - 6 foot 3 inch striker, played just over a hundred Premier games, released on a free from Ross County and not having to have Owen Coyle as his manager!
OK he's crap but he must be on cheap wages these days and could play the Wilbraham role as a back up striker on the bench and played in cup games.
If we are still building a team around a tall striker, then why not have Ngog as say an emergency back up striker rather than have no one else to lump it up to if the Madine replacement is injured or suspended through the season.
No good, sorry I meant Ngog played 10 league games since January for Ross County in the Scottish Premier, so is sort of not completely non match fit, and if all he has to do is stand in the middle of the penalty area and get his head on Beevers lump ups - then why not?
(Not a serious suggestion but surely he could do a job for a lower league club these days don't you think?).