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Gerken Colchester's No.1

Colchester's young goalkeeper Dean Gerken has been awarded the number one shirt as the club renew the squad numbers this year.

Gerken has swapped numbers with coach and fellow keeper Aidan Davison for the coming season, following his emergence as the regular keeper in 2006/7.

Danny Granville takes number two, Teddy Sheringham is number eight, Clive Platt number nine and Mark Yeates number eleven as the other vacant numbers are filled up.

Luke Guttridge takes Lawrie Wilson's number seventeen, whilst Matthew Connolly takes eighteen.

The full list is as follows:-

1 Dean Gerken
2 Danny Granville
3 John White
4 Johnnie Jackson
5
6 Kevin Watson
7 Karl Duguid
8 Teddy Sheringham
9 Clive Platt
10 Kem Izzet
11 Mark Yeates
12 Pat Baldwin
13 Aidan Davison
14 Kevin McLeod
15 Jamie Guy
16 George Elokobi
17 Luke Guttridge
18 Matthew Connolly
19 Garry Richards
20
21
22
23 Mark Cousins
24
25
26
27 Anthony Wordsworth
28 Tom Devaux
29 Tom Webb
30 Medy Elito


Original Story with thanks: CU-FC.COM




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Writer: Deeno Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 26 2007

Time: 8:40AM

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Yes; that is the biggest suprise. The new away kit looks ok! Home one is a rip off!
Matt_Us
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26/07/2007 13:33:00

Gerkin deserves it after his performances last season! Is the home one more expensive than the away one?
StevieG Col U
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26/07/2007 18:55:00

 

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