Writer: StevieG Col U
Date:Tuesday September 1 2009
The U's crashed out of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy at the hands of League One rivals Gillingham, tonight.
After the match finished 1-1, as Clive Platt canceled out Simeon Jackson's opener, in the second-half, it went to penalties. And want-away midfielder David Perkins missed the decisive spot-kick - as the home side won 4-3.
But arguably the most exciting news of the night was that Aidy Boothroyd was in the stands at Priestfield Stadium - which all but confirms the news that he will be named Colchester's new boss tomorrow.
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