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Kings of Anglia Issue 8 Magazine Offer

Carl Marston’s U’s Player Ratings after defeat to Northampton

PUBLISHED: 06:00 26 August 2018

Harry Pell in action against Northampton on Saturday.  Picture: STEVE WALLER

Harry Pell in action against Northampton on Saturday. Picture: STEVE WALLER

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Colchester United writer CARL MARSTON awards his U’s Player Ratings after yesterday’s 2-1 home defeat to Northampton Town.

Dillon Barnes 7

Busiest he has been this season

Ryan Jackson 8

U’s best performer

Luke Prosser 7

Skipper had plenty to do

Frankie Kent 6

In the wars late on

Kane Vincent-Young 5

Left-back was well below his best

- U’s boss John McGreal gives his reaction

Tom Lapslie 6

Closed opponents down

Harry Pell 6

Frustrated in front of goal

Courtney Senior 5

Never got into the game

Sammie Szmodics 6

Stuck to his guns

Brennan Dickenson 6

Looked sluggish after midweek joy

Frank Nouble 5

Plenty of power, no end product

MAN OF THE MATCH - Ryan Jackson

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