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Coid Suffers (Another) Injury Blow

Ian Holloway has been left with just 13 fit professionals after it was confirmed that utility man Danny Coid could be out for months with a hairline fracture to his tibia.

The 27 year old, who recently signed a new two year deal with The Seasiders, picked up the injury 15 minutes into Saturday's friendly with Rochdale.

Coid's injury further illustrates the importance of Holloway strengthening his squad, with Billy Clarke and Jason Euell remaining his only acquistions to date this summer.




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Writer: Eamonn Moore  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 30 2009

Time: 3:34PM

 

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