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Dunne ready for any deadline drama at U's
Colchester United manager Joe Dunne is ready to act if there is any last-minute interest in his players ahead of the transfer window closing tonight.
But the U's boss has not had any offers for his players and is not expecting any before the window slams shut at 11pm.
Dunne is not anticipating any activity in or out of the club but will be at the U's Florence Park training ground until the bitter end, in case of any eventuality.
Dunne said: ““It will be more of a case of hanging around to see if anyone is leaving and then acting on it.
“I know there’s a lot of excitement amongst fans on transfer deadline day but I don’t expect to bring anyone in.
“I’ve not got anything to bring anyone in - we can’t afford to.
“The fact that Kem (Izzet) has gone and is no longer on the wage bill will not affect that.
“We’ve had no enquiries but in case any of our guys go out, we have a list of players ready so that every position is covered.
“But I’m not expecting anyone to go."
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