No contact from U's over Lisbie

IPSWICH Town manager Roy Keane has insisted that Colchester United have not been in touch over a possible permanent move for Kevin Lisbie.

Carl Marston

IPSWICH Town manager Roy Keane has insisted that Colchester United have not been in touch over a possible permanent move for Kevin Lisbie.

U's boss Aidy Bothroyd has revealed that he wants to sign Lisbie in January, when the transfer window reopens. The veteran front runner has been scoring goals for fun on loan at the Community Stadium.

But Keane said: "Kevin (Lisbie) is a good player, we all know that, and he's been scoring goals in League One.


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"He had disappointments when he first came here. When I came in one or two players had the opportunity to speak to other clubs.

"But Colchester have had no contact with me. They've got my phone number.

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"He's coming back to us in January, as I said a month or two ago. That still stands, and we look forward to him coming back.

"If I'm interested in a player, then I'd just pick up the phone. That's what I do, and Colchester have not done that!"

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