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Plymouth's Seip To Join Seasiders?



Our partners at Vital Plymouth seem to think that defender Marcel Seip will be joining Blackpool.

The centre half, if their report is to be believed, will sign a one month loan deal.

He was recently transfer-listed by Argyle boss Paul Sturrock after a dressing room bust up but remains a fans' favourite at Home Park.

Seip was actually an Ian Holloway signing whilst he was down south with the Pilgrims.

And he could go straight into the squad for tomorrow's game at Bristol City with 'Pool facing a severe injury crisis at the back.

It is thought he won't be eligble to play against Plymouth when the teams meet next month.
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Date:Monday September 28 2009

Time: 2:17PM

 

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