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Millwall sign winger James Henry and Kevin Lisbie

James Henry
Henry has played more games for Millwall than Reading

Millwall have signed Reading winger James Henry on a three-year deal and brought in Ipswich striker Kevin Lisbie on a season-long loan.

Henry, 21, joins the Lions for an undisclosed fee after two previous loan spells at the club.

Henry, who began his career at Reading, first joined up with Millwall in the 2008/09 season and then scored five goals for the Lions last season.

Lisbie, 31, spent the last campaign on loan at Colchester.

Lisbie has become the seventh new signing since Millwall won the play-off final against Swindon at Wembley Stadium in May.

He is not unfamiliar to south London football having begun his career at Charlton Athletic where Lisbie spent more than a decade before joining Colchester in 2008.

Seventeen goals in his one season with the Essex club saw Lisbie move to Ipswich in a £600,000 deal a year later only to find his first-team opportunities limited.

Lisbie, who scored 13 times back at Colchester last season, is making the seventh loan spell of his career.



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Millwall sign Posh striker Batt
15 Jun 10 |  Millwall
Millwall 1-0 Swindon
29 May 10 |  League One
Millwall re-sign Henry on loan
10 Sep 09 |  Millwall
Lisbie keen to stay at Colchester
08 Dec 09 |  Colchester
Lisbie back at Colchester on loan
03 Aug 09 |  Colchester


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