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Patrick Kisnorbo stays at Ipswich Town

12:53 26 February 2013

Patrick Kisnorbo

Patrick Kisnorbo

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PATRICK Kisnorbo is not leaving Ipswich Town, despite reports to the contrary.

The Australian defender, who is on loan from Leeds, had been reported locally and worldwide to have signed for Chinese club Liaoning Whowin.

However, Ipswich Town have now confirmed there is no truth in the story and the twitter account that released the original story has since been deleted.

“It’s all rubbish. I have never heard of the club or the company either, so I don’t have a clue where the story has come from,” said Kisnorbo.

“I’m here at Ipswich until the end of the season and then I will look at my future after that. All I am concerned about at the moment is doing my best for the club and helping Ipswich move up the table.”

5 comments

  • I'd believe anything Sid Maul told me !!!!!

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    Old Timer

    Tuesday, February 26, 2013

  • I would have thought it was pretty difficult to help Ipswich move up the table if all you do is watch the game from the bench!!

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    Tim Bartlett

    Wednesday, February 27, 2013

  • Ted - it's a story because No Loans, like most Offshore Investment FC 'fans' must have forgotten he is here. How else can you explain the inexplicable loaning in of yesterday's reject?

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    Rob Steroo

    Tuesday, February 26, 2013

  • How is this a story? If my Uncle Sid wanders drunkeny round the Cornhill telling people Ipswich Town will be playing at Carrow Road next season, will you print another article headlined "Ipswich Town to stay at Portman Road"?

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    Ted Maul

    Tuesday, February 26, 2013

  • What is point of him being here on loan if he never starts a game? Another Jason Scotland, albeit not a loanee, who I see has scored yet again.

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    JOHN BURLS

    Tuesday, February 26, 2013

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