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Curo Finally Signs With Col U

Curo Finally Signs With Col U

Jamie Cureton has finally departed the County Ground for Colchester United today after agreeing a 2 year contract with the U'S.

Cureton who won over the Colchester faithful by scoring 7 goals during his 2 month loan spell at Layer Road last season, has decided to ply his trade once more in the Championship.

Heading north of 30, Cureton knows his footballing days are limited and wishes to test himself once more at a higher level.

Cureton had a 2 year contract at the County Ground, however as the club were relegated, he was able to enact a clause to leave the club.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Friday June 2 2006
Time: 5:45PM

Comments

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i think he always was going to colchester after his loan spell
lawz1981
02/06/2006 18:24:00
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i take it he wont be missed by the swindon fans ?
green giant 12
02/06/2006 23:55:00
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Along with that Tony Thorpe - what a pair they were.... thanks Andy King for bringing in those two
APG_STFC
04/06/2006 15:52:00
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No he won't be missed. You would not believe all the sitters he missed for us. I reckon he will end up being a bench warmer next season.
red_gilly
04/06/2006 21:24:00
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He was not good in league 1 so can't see him being better in league2
red_gilly
05/06/2006 14:54:00
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A drop down in standard and also in the quality of marking should help him gilly.
FEn_100
06/06/2006 20:43:00
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