Lisbie blasts boo-boys
By Peter O`Rourke
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Lisbie has found himself the subject of criticism from Addicks fans this season and the Jamaican international is not happy with the crowd's response to him and feels it could affect his career.
"I've been getting booed since the first game. I've no idea why," Lisbie told The Evening Standard.
"Maybe they think I'm the worst player on the pitch. The crowd started 80 minutes into the season and it was almost like they'd been waiting for the opportunity.
"It was very hurtful, particularly given the fact I've been here for seven years. I don't know if it will stop but I hope it does."
Lisbie, who was told he could leave for the right offer at the start of the season, has responded by scoring twice in the last two games, and he is hopeful that he has done enough to warrant a place in the starting line-up soon.
"I'm happy to be playing and scoring again," added Lisbie. "The manager told me I was left out to keep me out of the way of the fans, but what was more disappointing was being booed in the first place. I've been here seven years and they gave me 80 minutes.
"I've played well now in the last couple of games and hope I've done enough to get a start. I always work hard and am desperate to play in The Premiership."