Orient striker Lisbie signs a new deal
Former Ipswich man will stay at O’s for another 18 months
Orient striker Kevin Lisbie has become the first player to put pen to paper as manager Russell Slade starts to remould his squad for the future.
The 33-year-old has agreed an 18th month contract extension, that will take him up to the end of next season.
Lisbie initially joined Orient on a short-term deal in September after leaving Ipswich and bagged four goals in 11 games.
O’s boss Russell Slade said: “I’m delighted kevin has signed. I think it’s very important that we keep those key players here.”
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