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Bhasera And Aliadiere Deals Break Down?

In what appears to be a double blow for Blackpool in the transfer market, it has been reported that the Seasiders' moves for Plymouth Argyle left back Onismor Bhasera and French striker Jeremie Aliadiere have broken down.

The press in Plymouth are this morning reporting that negotiations between the Seasiders and Bhasera have broken down, although it is not clear why.

'Pool were due to sign the left back on loan with a view to a permanent transfer, but the player now looks set to remain at Plymouth.

If the deal is indeed dead, then it leaves the Seasiders free to pursue another loan (we're allowed two and Luke Varney (who apparently will now only sign for the Seasiders if we stay up) is the other).

Meanwhile, despite it nearly being a done deal earlier in the week according to reports, there has been no further news on 'Pool's pursuit of free agent Jeremie Aliadiere apart from manager Ian Holloway admitting that there had been a hitch with the deal.

With no arrivals expected this weekend, Monday promises to be a busy day of transfer action and we'll have all the news as it happens.

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Writer: Eamonn Moore  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday January 29 2011

Time: 10:45AM

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Please sign Aliadiere, he is a talent that would link up awesome with DJC.
bfc2010
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29/01/2011 14:58:00

The problem is over Aliadieres wages.He was lucky to even get a club to consider taking him on considering his injury record.
AndrewDuncan
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29/01/2011 22:55:00

That saying about wages is true - - but surely earning 10k, plus what ever bonuses are written into the contract, a week playing in the prem, is a start and a stepping stone to get his career back on track. Its either that or sat on his arse at home watching match of the day ! :S Be a shame... but worth a mention. :)
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30/01/2011 11:35:00

 

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