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Blackpool Transfer Speculation

Blackpool Vital understands that midfielder Adrian Forbes might be on his way out of Bloomfield Road, whilst striker Keigan Parker is staying with The Seasiders.

Forbes - who drew criticism from supporters last term - is thought to be in talks with League One side Gillingham over a permanent move.

Any fee for the former Swansea man would be made undisclosed in the public domain but it is thought to be nominal as 'Pool look to recoup some wages for signings rather than transfer fees.

There has been much talk about Parker since his poor showing on Saturday; is he off, or will he stay, and such-like. We have been told that Nottingham Forest are the only team to have expressed an interest in the Scotsman, and that Simon Grayson isn't looking to overload the Wembley match-winner.

There had been rumblings that Keigan was unsettled at the club after being dropped last week for Ben Burgess, which will have sparked rumours off.

Rumours are still circulating that the Millwall striker, Darren Byfield is set to sign for Blackpool today, although we don't know anything of a possible move for Byfield.

If all goes well we could be seeing Parker partnering Byfield up front next week. Not bad, eh?




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Date:Monday August 27 2007

Time: 12:55PM

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Darren Byfield - we will have a bit of him please! Sign him up!
tangerinelordy
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27/08/2007 15:15:00

Indeed, Byfield would surely be a good addition to the squad, signhim up!
BisphamTangerine
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27/08/2007 15:57:00

Please don't think that Byfield will solve all your problems. Unless, of course, your problems are that your team is not caught offside enough and you haven't got enough greedy players. Class act on his day, but isn't at his best often. Anyway, what's Forbes like, and where have you heard that we're talking to him?
JonP
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27/08/2007 19:06:00

Loks like we have him
platos
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28/08/2007 11:21:00

 

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