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Window Shut But 'Pool Still Being Linked



The Seasiders - along with every other Football League club - are able to do loan deals next week in order to bolster their squad.

And the first name to be linked with a temporary move to Bloomfield Road is Aston Villa midfielder Isaiah Osbourne.

The Mirror suggests that Ian Holloway has struck a deal with Martin O'Neill to have Osbourne for up to three months.

The strong central midfielder also had a spell out on loan at Nottingham Forest and impressed in the 1-1 draw against 'Pool back in April.

With Jay Emmanuel-Thomas' loan from Arsenal drawing to a close, coupled with the fact that he has failed to make a major impact whilst here, a move for Osbourne - who's made 19 appearances for Villa's first team - could be forthcoming.
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Date:Saturday September 5 2009

Time: 1:00PM

 

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