Lisbie returns to O’s

PUBLISHED: 14:46 14 April 2015 | UPDATED: 14:46 14 April 2015

Kevin Lisbie celebrates his goal at Oldham with Bradley Pritchard
 (pic: Simon O'Connor)

Kevin Lisbie celebrates his goal at Oldham with Bradley Pritchard (pic: Simon O'Connor)


Forward made three appearances on loan at Stevenage

Kevin Lisbie has returned to Leyton Orient after his loan spell at League Two side Stevenage came to an end.

The 36-year-old joined the League Two outfit on a one month loan in March and made his debut in a 1-1 draw at Exeter City.

The striker made a further two appearances for Graham Westley’s side against Dagenham & Redbridge and Burton Albion, but injury prevented him from making any further appearances for the Lamex Stadium outfit.

He has now returned to Brisbane Road and once fit will be available to boss Fabio Liverani for their remaining League One fixture.

Lisbie has struggled with injuries throughout the 2014/15 campaign and his last goal was on December 29 against Yeovil.

But he will hope to play a part in Orient’s end of season run and boost their hopes of beating relegation.

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