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Guy Primed For U's Loan Exit

Jamie Guy looks set to leave Colchester United, with a loan move to Port Vale on the cards.

The League Two side, managed by ex-U's assistant Micky Adams, are currently running the rule over the U's youth product. And Vale look keen to snap up the powerful 21-year-old forward, initially on loan.

Guy, like many other players, has been told to find another club by Paul Lambert, who continues to re-shape the U's squad. Despite showing promise during his time in North Essex, Guy's off-the-field problems have caused issues.

Earlier today, as reported on Vital Colchester, click here, defensive pair Matt Heath and John White moved out on a one-month loan.


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Writer: StevieG Col U Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 30 2009

Time: 11:25AM

Your Comments

The Micky Adams link there. To be honest, good ridduns. He was pretty much much a thug and had a couple of run ins with the police.
up_the_u's_aaron
Well, he's got/had potential to be good goalscorer but has wasted too many chances. Bye...
StevieG Col U
Mickey Adams must be the slag of the footie league LOL everyones had him!
ooohhJohnnieJackson
LOL, Good one OJJ!
StevieG Col U
"Are you glad to see the back of Guy?" Would rather see the front of Guy, without his back to goal as he finds the back of the net!
Matt_Us
 

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