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U's Complete Maybury Deal

Colchester United have completed a deal to sign Alan Maybury on a free transfer.

The 30-year-old has put pen-to-paper on a deal until the end of the season. The former Leicester City man has been training with the U's for the past three weeks and featured in the Essex Senior Cup.

Maybury will be hoping to make Paul Lambert's squad for Saturday's visit, to another of his ex-clubs, Leeds United.





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Writer: StevieG Col U Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday December 11 2008

Time: 6:57PM

Your Comments

Well another RB Ifil, White And Maybury Who Will Play? I Reckon Strikers - Easter - Platt Midfielders - jackson - Perkins - hammond - eates defenders - tierney - coyne - reid - maybury goal keeper - walker
crokeyboy
I think you will beat Leeds ! Good Luck U's!
Terrier24
Cheers! ;) Pretty much agree, but would bring Baldwin in for Coyne, and maybe White for Maybury.
StevieG Col U
Chihuahua go back to your kennel on the pharm
Tiny T
lets hope it a good game being a leeds fan just hope we get all the points but this game has a special ring to it my cousin use to play for colchester years ago Steve Mcgavin he was a striker for you so we always have a bet just to say good luck to both clubs, have always had a soft spot for colchester good club , good supporters , but come on the leeds....MOT
turbo2
I think the U's should lower their admission prices. In the late 40's I was an apprentice Plumber and I wouldn't miss a home game the prices then must have been low as my wage would have been a "pittance" yet I didn't notice the cost, admittedly the U's were Southern League then but the crowds were more than double that are being experienced now. It could only help the home results to have a larger vocal crowd in attendence, it would lift the players no end by getting their adrenalin going big time. Footballers are show ponies and love getting attention!
davidjones3
Ticket prices cant be discounted to much as season ticket holders will moan , next season im sure they will drop as Cowling is no mug. Great resukt against Leeds and Maybury looked solid. Roll on tomorrow , cant wait.
Daryl Peck
 

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