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Following Parker’s goal on Saturday the young Scot earned a place in the League One Team of the week for the second time this season. The first half freekick against Barnsley was his 11th goal in a Blackpool shirt this season.

Earlier this season Parker was linked with a move to Nottingham Forrest and Swansea but nothing every materialised. But this week manager Simon Grayson has insisted that there have been no new enquires in the former Rangers trainee.

Speaking to the Evening Gazette Grayson said that the speculation had no truth at all.

’I don't know where these things come from but I can tell you that nothing happened yesterday and nothing happened the day before that,'

'I have had no enquiries for Keigan, no bids, not even any phonecalls.'


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Date:Thursday April 27 2006

Time: 12:29PM

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i dont think anyone has bid for Keigan, and if ever a team did, then we should NOT sell him. Unless of course they were offering a few million!! in all seriousness we must KEEP KEIGAN!
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He'll stay. Onwards + Upwards
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