Date: 2nd July 2015 at 8:10pm
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Magnus Okuonghae has found himself a new club following his Colchester release with our former captain signing a two-year contract with Luton.

Had the giant defender not suffered a serious injury last season then there’s every chance that he could have been retained by Tony Humes but his decision to look at younger, more dynamic options, led to his decision not to offer him a new contract.

Returning off the back of a long-term injury would have played a part too mind.

Luton haven’t got any concerns though, which if he’s fully recovered you understand why, with him joining the League 2 outfit in a move that will see him link up with his former Dagenham manager John Still.

Okuonghae had a good six-years with the U’s playing over 200-matches and chipping in with eight-goals.

A natural leader he’ll be missed at the WHCS, but will do a grand job with Luton, and we’ll all wish him well for the future.

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