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Has Doogie Signed YOUR Programme?

Colchester United are on the lookout for a copy of their match program, U’s Review, signed the club skipper Karl Duguid – the lucky owner will win a special prize.

The media department announced this week that Karl had singed his own page, ‘ask Doogie’ in one programme for the recent home game against Norwich City, but no-one has come forward, as yet, to claim the reward.

Should nobody make a claim before Easter Monday, Doogie will sign another copy of the programme for the game against Leeds, ready to be found by a fortunate supporter. Keep those eyes open!




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Date:Sunday April 8 2007

Time: 12:55AM

 

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