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Duo to Blackpool?

Duo to Blackpool?

Two of our promising youngsters could be dropping down into the Championship.

The grapevine is implying that Ian Holloway, at Blackpool, is looking to secure the services of both Danny Drinkwater and Oliver Norwood.

Drinkwater, now 21, spent loan periods at Cardiff and Watford last season whilst Norwood, now 20, has three Northern Ireland international caps to his name.

Loan moves look likely to be the only way the pair get regular first team football and we`d imagine that Ian Holloway will probably get his men.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday July 23 2011
Time: 10:20AM

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I guess there will be enough water for Danny Drinkwater to drink at blackpool,provided he doesn't he doesn't mind the colour of the water.Hope he gives his friend Norwood some to drink too.
Dannism
23/07/2011 17:32:00
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"Promising youngsters" at 21 and 20 years of age lol. We seem to have an awful lot of promising youngsters yet none have broken through to the first team.
Kanchelskis
23/07/2011 18:52:00
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They don't have a place in the team, not now nor in the future I reckon. They're decent players but won't be anything more than that and neither add anything to our team which we don't already have. The only promising CM's we have are Pogba and Petrucci. Petrucci seems to be suffering from injuries though. Possibly James also but i'm not entirely convinced he adds anything new either. I would like to say Morrison but he's more of left sided player than a CM.
TheFamousNo7
23/07/2011 19:56:00
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