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Ince to Liverpool?



If we had a pound for every rumour, we would all be rich, but noises from a number of sources seem to be suggesting that Blackpool and Liverpool are in advanced talks regarding a possible January transfer of Tom Ince back to Liverpool.

Of course we are heading into pantomime season - and it really would be something if Tom were to be transfered back to the club that let him go just 18 months ago.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers would say that was a decision before his tenure and he is the type of flair player that fits the style he is trying to impose?

Coming on the back of a number of draws and patchy displays, this is one rumour, though understandable, Blackpool fans could well do without.

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Writer: Simon Heaney Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 28 2012

Time: 3:07PM

 

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