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Lisbie Left Out For Preston Cup Clash



Kevin Lisbie did not travel for Colchester`s FA Cup fixture with Preston after the striker`s Ipswich loan was extended for one possibly final club game.

The U`s leading scorer this season was due to re-join Roy Keane at Ipswich this week but the Irishman belatedly cleared the Cup-tied Lisbie to play for United this weekend.

Lisbie`s final game of his loan spell was due to be Monday`s encounter at Southampton until the media speculated that he might pull on a United shirt once more.

Perhaps manager Aidy Boothroyd was not prepared to disrupt his match-day plans without the Jamaican or maybe Lisbie`s exclusion foregrounds the fact that he may not return on a permanent basis, despite his wishes.

BBC Radio Essex speculation as to Lisbie`s next career destination pre-match included Championship teams Queens Park Rangers and Crystal Palace.

Financial limits might mean that Lisbie's second spell could be his last for Colchester.




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Writer: Matt_Us Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday January 2 2010

Time: 4:20PM

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I'm sure Lisbie is glad he's not a part of what's happening at Deepdale... Ouch.
Nellup
This is most unexpected... I can't believe it! :O
Matt_Us
Freak result. Nothing more.
Nellup
Let's hope that's true!
Matt_Us
Well really hope to see him back, but if not, good luck Lisbie! Up the U's!
StevieG Col U
Thanks Super Kev; please come back!
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