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Vital U's: Summer 2009 Transfer Round-Up



Vital Colchester looks back at the confirmed transfer deals involving the U's during the summer transfer window - which slammed shut yesterday...


INBOUND:

Ashley Vincent - Cheltenham Town - Pens three-year deal following successful loan spell at the Community Stadium. Done Deal!

David Fox - Blackpool - Ex-Manchester United tainee wings in to add creative-edge to midfield. Done Deal!

Magnus Okuonghae - Dagenham & Redbridge - Contract rebel has joins Colchester for a fee of around 65,000. Done Deal!

Lee Beevers - Lincoln City - Rejects offer from SPL side Motherwell in favour of move to North Essex. Done Deal!

Ben Williams - Carlisle United - Stopper confirmed as a U`s player after long-running transfer. Done Deal!

Joel Thomas - Hamilton Academical - Young French forward inks three-year deal with U's. Done Deal!

Kevin Lisbie - Ipswich - After summer-long hunt for goalscoring striker, Lisbie seals loan return to North Essex. Done Deal!

OUTBOUND:

Mark Yeates - Middlesbrough - The tricky wide-man seals a switch to Boro, for a fee of around 500,000. Done Deal!

Akanni-Sunday Wasiu - Free Agent - Nigerian front-runner leaves after his contract expired in July following an unsuccessful spell. Done Deal!

Chris Coyne - Perth Glory - Long-running transfer saga ends in a move back to Coyne's homeland after the cancellation of his contract. Done Deal!

Dean Gerken - Bristol City - Highly-rated stopper initially linked with summer move to Charlton Athletic but The Robins secure his signature. Done Deal!

Johnnie Jackson - Notts County - Former Spurs man seals free transfer move to League Two side. Done Deal!

Dean Hammond - Southampton - Skipper departs shortly after boss Paul Lambert also makes Community Stadium exit. Done Deal!



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Writer: StevieG Col U Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 2 2009

Time: 7:00AM

Your Comments

Overall am quite happy with how its gone - bar Hammond leaving! But hopefully Aidy will bring in a good replacement!
StevieG Col U
Maybe he already just has! John-Joe!
Matt_Us
Yep, CM looking strong again. With Woody proving himself and now JJ O'Toole.
StevieG Col U
 

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