Oyston Refutes QPR's Claims
Just when you thought it was safe to believe that the Kaspars Gorkss transfer saga had reached a conclusion, Blackpool Chairman Karl Oyston has, according to reports on the BBC website, refuted QPR's claim that they have been given permission to speak to the Latvian international.
Oyston told BBC Radio Lancashire :
" We definitely have not given them permission to speak to him. I'm disappointed once again with the way they've gone about their business. "
One thing is for sure Summer brings out the best in Blackpool FC stories. If it is not talk of players receiving close season wages of £90 per week, or the late payment of invoices for loan signings, it is now alleged illegal approaches for one of our most prized assets. If we did not know our Chairman better we would believe that this was his way of keeping the fans minds off the 'Great South Stand Fiasco'. Surely not, Karl?
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