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Coyne Interest From Korea, Oz, China & Middle East

The West Australian say former Luton and current Colchester United skipper, Chris Coyne, has been "inundated" with contract offers.

It seems certain that Coune, 30, will leave Colchester United this summer, although it seems his preferred destination is in Europe, as reported here on Vital Colchester on Monday.

The seven-time capped Australian centre-back has a young family and is mindful of national coach Pim Verbeek`s waning that he thinks A-league soccer is less comparative than the European standard.

Among other offers, Coyne is understood to have been offered a three-year contact at Perth Glory, where his brother Jamie is currently captain.

"If things don`t work out with Perth Glory it won`t be through a lack of effort on their part," said Coyne, who joined United eighteen months ago for what was then a club-record fee of 350,000.

Fans will probably now have to wait until next week for confirmation on the player`s future, when he returns from holidaying in Dubai.


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The Journalist

Writer: Matt_Us Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 1 2009

Time: 4:42AM

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The Western Australian is about as reliable a source as The Sun.
GreenGiant13
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01/07/2009 07:11:00

Just go Coyne. Make up your mind and go. Its obvious you wont be here next season.
StevieG Col U
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01/07/2009 08:20:00

Here here! This whole Coyne thing is peeing me off now! It's obvious he wants to go, so bloody sell him Lambert! We have enough cover now!
up_the_u's_aaron
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01/07/2009 11:35:00

Indeed; bye, thanks for a few games, Coyney!
Matt_Us
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01/07/2009 12:02:00

Would laugh if he left, and then didn't get in the national side for the World Cup! lol
up_the_u's_aaron
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02/07/2009 12:25:00

 

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