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Colchester United boss, John McGreal, is keen to “draw a line” under Saturday’s embarrassing FA Cup exit, at the hands of non-league Oxford City, starting at Essex rivals Southend United tomorrow night.

he magic of the FA Cup lives on, especially in the eyes of Colchester United’s experienced midfielder, Doug Loft.

Rotherham United boss Paul Warne says he is planning for life without in-form Ipswich Town loan striker Kieffer Moore.

Ryan Inniss produced his best performance in a Colchester United shirt at Coventry on Saturday, and perhaps one of the best defensive displays seen by a U’s centre-half in a few years.

Colchester United striker, Kurtis Guthrie, could have an injection to try and help him return to competitive action.

Colchester United are finally mastering the art of winning on the road, a fact not lost on goalscorer Ryan Jackson.

Colchester United midfielder, Doug Loft, is adamant that the U’s will learn from their below-par showing in the 1-0 home defeat to Carlisle last weekend, and bounce back to form at Newport County tonight.

Heybridge Swifts have a golden opportunity to reach the first round proper of the FA Cup, for the fourth time in their history, when they travel to north London to take on hosts Haringey Borough in a fourth qualifying round tie at Coles Park this afternoon (kick-off 3pm).

Colchester United are sweating on the fitness of Doug Loft, in the build up to tomorrow afternoon’s home match against fellow mid-table outfit Carlisle.

Colchester United front-runner Kurtis Guthrie has suffered a ‘setback’ in terms of returning to full fitness after long-term injury.

John McGreal has described Ryan Inniss’ performance, during last weekend’s 2-0 home win over Mansfield, as “outstanding.”

As fast as some of the injured players return, then others drop out of the squad with injuries of their own.

Tom Eastman believes that the return of Kurtis Guthrie and Craig Slater, from long-term injuries, could spark Colchester United’s season into life.

Craig Slater, fighting fit again after all his injury woes, talk to U’s correspondent CARL MARSTON ahead of tomorrow’s big match at home to Mansfield Town

Colchester United are picking up an unwanted habit of conceding late goals.

The return of Kurtis Guthrie and Craig Slater, both after injury, were the highlights of Colchester United’s last gasp defeat to Gillingham in the Checkatrade Trophy last night.

Kurtis Guthrie made his long-awaited return to the Colchester United first-team squad, albeit as an injury-time substitute at Yeovil on Saturday.

Colchester United boss, John McGreal, wants his side to carry on “the momentum” from their two previous away games, into tomorrow night’s Checkatrade Trophy Southern Group B match against Gillingham.

Colchester United’s injury-prone midfielder, Doug Loft, insists that the U’s have to be “more ruthless” in both boxes, heading into tonight’s away fixture at mid-table Grimsby Town.

Ryan Jackson insists that there is “a lot more to come” from Colchester United, following a luke-warm start to the new season.

Colchester United wing-back, Ryan Jackson, is looking for the U’s to ‘bounce back’ from the latest away-day flop at Cheltenham last weekend, for tomorrow’s visit of Wycombe Wanderers.

A man in his 20s who was killed in a crash near Gillingham has been named as Aiden Lowe.

A man in his 20s has died following a crash in Gillingham, near Beccles.

Frankie Kent has welcomed the arrival of fellow centre-half Ryan Inniss, even though the Crystal Palace loanee could be a threat to his position in the Colchester United starting line-up.

Colchester United have made a fourth signing on transfer deadline day, with the arrival of defender Ryan Inniss on loan from Crystal Palace.

Courtney Senior, fresh from scoring on his first-team debut, should feature again against Reading Under-21s in a Checkatrade EFL Trophy Southern Group B match this evening (7.30pm).

Colchester United midfielder, Doug Loft, insists that U’s players have to “stand up and be counted” after Saturday’s 3-0 reverse at Luton.

The rapid return of Tom Eastman, from injury, was a major plus mark for Colchester United going into their second week of the new season.

Ryan Jackson is one of a trio of Colchester United players hoping to make their home debuts, against the once-mighty Aston Villa tonight.

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