Date:Sunday March 1 2009
Manager Paul Lambert has given the clearest induction yet that Colchester United will see some players leave this summer, in an interview over the weekend.
The Scotsman told the EADT: "The squad is big and needs to be trimmed down a little," in a week where defender Chris Coyne and striker Akanni-Sunday Waisu have both publically considered their future at the club.
Weeks ago, young winger Medi Elito, who has hardly played under Lambert since he arrived in the autumn, admitted that he was also looking to break the first-team squad.
It also looks as if Lambert will tweak the squad, and by next season should be able to rely on a fully-fit Steven Gillespie to find the back of the net more often.
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