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English Football League - League Two

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Dickenson In Squad For Coventry Clash

Winger continues comeback

13 February 2018

Colchester United wide man Brennan Dickenson is nearing a return to first team football, as he's named in the squad for the midweek clash against Coventry City.

Brennan has been out of action since the end of April 2017 after rupturing his Anterior Cruciate Ligament in training.

However, his long road to recovery is nearing completion and, after three successful outings in the U's U23s, the former Gillingham man has now been named in the squad for the match against the Sky Blues.

The U's will wait on news on Kurtis Guthrie, meanwhile, after the forward injured his ankle in a tackle in the weekend game against Carlisle United.

Ryan Inniss, Kane Vincent-Young and Olamide Shodipo all missed that long trip to Cumbria, but are nearing a return to action as the U's squad looks in good shape ahead of the run in to the end of the season.

Tickets for the match are available at the Advance Rate online until an hour before kick-off - and don't forget you can upgrade to enjoy a great meal with our Premium Meal Deal for just £20!

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Match Reports

Late Drama Seals All Three Points

U's close the gap on the play-offs with midweek win

13 February 2018

A dramatic late winner from Mikael Mandron secured all three points for Colchester United and closed the gap on the play-off spots.

John McGreal made the call to include Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe from the start of the game and it paid dividends as the former Maldon man scored one and set up the other on his first start for the U's.

And Mandron's late header was enough to ensure a vital home win as the season enters the business end.

It was a lively start to the game, with both sides seeking a path to goal in the early stages of the match.

Chances were at a premium, however, before Comley decided on 16 minutes to strike from distance, forcing a good save out of Burge in the Coventry goal.

The U’s were putting together some lovely football and almost got Senior in on the 20 minute mark, but his touch was just too heavy as it opened up for him 25 yards from goal.

Their tenacity was impressive and Comley’s hard work set the ball out to Senior and, when his cross came back out to the edge of the box, Stevenson lifted his effort over the bar.

But the U’s did get their noses in front after 26 minutes.

Ogedi-Uzokwe tried to overhead kick the ball towards goal, with the referee adjudging he had been pulled back in the effort to do so.

The former Maldon man picked himself up to take the penalty and slotted it home, sending the keeper the wrong way.

The U’s continued to have the better of the half, and nearly got a second just before the break as Senior showed more fantastic footwork to force a good save out of Burge.

The home side took the lead into the half time break, and continued to play well after the interval.

However, they were pegged back ten minutes into the second half and it was a long distance shot from Bayliss which beat Walker as it went high into the net.

McNulty had come alive in the second half and he hit a shot that clipped the outside of the post as City pressed.

The U’s made their first change with twenty minutes to go, as Sammie Szmodics replaced Courtney Senior.

Walker then made a great save from Coventry substitute Jonson Clarke-Harris, as the striker darted to the near post from a corner for the visitors.

With thirteen minutes remaining, and the Sky Blues in the ascendancy, Brennan Dickenson returned to action in place of Kane Vincent-Young, with Sean Murray following six minutes later.

The Sky Blues had had the better of the second half, but the U’s got their noses in front with two minutes to go.

Dickenson sent over a cross to the far post where Ogedi-Uzokwe stood it back into the danger area, and Mandron diverted his header back past Burge to put the U’s 2-1 up.

It proved to be the difference, too, as the U's held on through five additional minutes to secure what could be a crucial victory in the race for promotion.

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Ticket News

Coventry Next Up

Sky Blues come to town in midweek fixture

12 February 2018

Colchester United are back at home on Saturday, as they take on Coventry City in their latest League Two fixture.

The Sky Blues sit two places and three points above the U's and both sides are aiming for a big finish to the season as they push for promotion.

The visiting fans have already sold approaching 400 tickets for the game so far as the season reaches the business end.

To grab your tickets for the match, pop online to our ticketing site, call us on 01206 755161 or visit us at the Ticket Office to book your seat!

Premium Meal Deal
Don't forget, we've got some great options in the West Stand for hospitality, including our new Premium Meal Deal.

The Premium Meal Deal is only available to purchase online and is available when purchasing match tickets in the West Stand and can also be added to match tickets already purchased in the West Stand.

What’s The Deal?
For £20.00 (not including match ticket), the Premium Meal Deal provides:-

1. Exclusive access to the Layer Bar before and after the game, and at half-time.
2. A drinks voucher for any single drink from the bar up to a maximum value of £4.00
3. A main course for which there is a selection of 10 popular dishes including a vegetarian option.
4. A delicious selection of desserts. 
5. A half-time cup of tea/coffee.

Changing Your Meal Selection
You can change your meal selection online any time prior to redeeming your Premium Meal Deal tickets on matchday.

How Will It Change My Matchday?
We’ve made it as easy and as flexible as we can, so that it will enhance your normal matchday experience providing:-

• Access to an exclusive hospitality area for the duration of your matchday allowing you to relax and enjoy the whole experience.
• The flexibility for you to order your food anytime from 2 hours before kick-off until 30 minutes before kick-off.
• Assistance choosing a table and redeeming your Premium Meal Ticket

And Finally...
The Premium Meal Deals offers flexibility, lots of choice and great value. It’s currently limited to 100 tickets per match, so make sure you don’t miss out.

For those of you in other parts of the ground, please be assured that we are working on similar meal deal packages that are suitable to the facilities we have in those areas and we hope to be launching these in the not too distant future.

How Do I Add On A Premium Meal Deal?
The Premium Meal Deal can be purchased when buying a match ticket or added as a bolt on to an existing ticket purchase – this can be managed online through your account at

How To Purchase If You Already Have Match Tickets In The West Stand
Go to and Sign in or Register (if you don’t have an online account). On your dashboard go to the ‘Premium Meal Deals’ section and select ‘Add Premium Meal Deal’.

How To Purchase At The Same Time As Buying Match Tickets In The West Stand
Go to and select a seat in the West Stand and you will be given the option to add a Premium Meal Deal to your purchase.

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