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Clark Turns to Loan Market

Lee Clark has been quick to calm Blues fans worries, insisting more players are on the way; albeit loans.

Ravel Morrison and Shane Ferguson are apparently set to resign on loan with Birmingham according to the Birmingham Mail. The deals apparently are far from done though but it is understood both players would welcome a return to St Andrews.

Despite these two deals in the hopper Lee Clark told the Mail that two or three players are set to come in, these will be free players to add to the already free signings brought in (totalling 4 so far).

There is to be no glitz and glamour in Blues signings this year, lets just wait and see what Clark can build in a very difficult situation.

How thin do you think the squad is going to get before the start of the season?




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Writer: Chrisblues Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 28 2013

Time: 12:11PM

 

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