Date: 15th January 2016 at 1:54pm
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Kevin Lisbie has left Barnet with immediate effect after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.

Lisbie arrived in the summer after leaving Leyton Orient but the former Charlton striker, after struggling for fitness, has struggled for regular first-team involvement with the veteran leaving for pastures new.

With the 37-year-old knows at his age he need to play regularly but with this unlikely to be the case at the Hive, as much as he’s enjoyed his time with the club, it was decided mutually to move on with him telling the Official Website.

‘We’ve decided to part company – it’s been a frustrating time for me here. But I have enjoyed my time at Barnet. The Manager’s been really good to me, and the Chairman’s been good to me as well. I feel like at my age I need to be playing first team football. So I’m hoping to go elsewhere and do exactly that!’

The club added.

‘Everyone at Barnet Football Club would like to thank Kevin for his contribution so far this season, and wish him all the best for the future.’

Lisbie might be leaving but Harry Taylor has had his contract with the club extended with Barnet taking up the option they had to extend his initial one-year deal, which runs until the end of the season, for another year.


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