Date: 16th March 2015 at 9:09pm
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Experienced striker Kevin Lisbie has fuelled doubt over his future at Leyton Orient following his latest post on Instagram.

The 36-year-old striker posted an image of the team celebrating last season on Monday evening with the following text:

kaionlisbie Going to miss all the boys at Orient we had some good time’s together but time to start a new chapter

If Lisbie is to leave the club over the coming days it will be a massive blow to be losing such a fan favourite.

The former Charlton and Ipswich striker joined the O’s in August 2011 and quickly became a vital part of the side.

Lisbie’s most successful season at Orient came last year when he enjoyed his best ever season in front of goal, netting 18 times.

The striker has only made a handful of appearances for the O’s this season however as he suffered a dislocated shoulder at Bristol City last August.

Following four months out the striker then marked his return with a goal in the O’s 3-0 win at Yeovil on December 29.

Despite this, Lisbie appears to have fallen down the pecking order having last featured in the matchday squad on February 21 when Orient defeated Oldham 3-0 at Brisbane Road.

‘Super Kev’ has scored a total of 48 goals in 125 appearances in all competitions for Leyton Orient.

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