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Loanee Lis Would Consider Saints Switch

Colchester United loan star Kevin Lisbie has confirmed a move to the U's divisional rivals, Southampton, would interest him - although today's news of the capture of Lee Barnard makes any move look unlikely.

The Saints have been spending like there's no tomorrow so far this month and rumours of a move for the Jamaican have been on the grapevine.

When asked in the press whether a move to St. Marys is something he would consider, he answered: 'Very much so.'

Lisbie, currently owned by parent club Ipswich Town, is on loan with the U's unless a move elsewhere is otherwise agreed.

'If they are interested I am only on loan at Colchester so obviously anything is possible,' Lisbie, 31, who has ten goals to his name this season, added.

Lisbie has previously spoke of his desire to sign a permenant deal with the U's, however, the financial side of things may pose a problem.

He continued: 'I have not asked to go anywhere. But if you ask any player they would love to be settled at a club that has signed them and to be settled somewhere would be good for me.'

Is this Lisbie's way of hurrying up a full-time transfer to the WHCS, you decide...




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Writer: StevieG Col U Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 22 2010

Time: 3:37PM

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Let's ask Robbie...
theguru
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22/01/2010 15:57:00

People have said he has itchy feet but he dose have loyalty and it appears to be with colchester. He wants security so lets give it to him Robbie and he will pay dividends. sorry bout thy english
sonicsmegg
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22/01/2010 22:04:00

Yeah, didn't expect to hear this from him. Sign him up, Robbie! I can see us doing something just before the window shuts with regards to this. Up the U's!
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23/01/2010 09:24:00

 

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