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Dipping Into The Market

Dipping Into The Market

It is well documented that Morecambe are working on a shoestring budget, with that in mind you have to take your hat off to boss Jim Bentley who continues to do a fine job.

Bentley lost many a player over the summer that he wanted to keep, unfortunately an inability to compete with others as far as wages were concerned saw as many as half a dozen players opt against signing new deals and then left the Globe for pastures new...

These loses have been compensated for by some shrewd moves into the transfer market, but with further injuries biting hard Bentley has admitted that he's looking to the loan market if possible.

He said: 'we're having a good look at the loan market and hoping that we might be able to do something.'

A premier league or championship club or two must have some players that could do with some first team football, if the Shrimps can find the right club (and players) moves to benefit all concerned can surely be ironed out?

Should the Shrimps be able to maintain their good start to the league two season and stay in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy this could help see attendances increase, which is a must!

Talking about the JPT that brings me neatly onto that topic, ticket prices for the game against Carlisle have been announced. They start from £4 for juniors up to a maximum of £15 for adults...



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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Thursday September 12 2013
Time: 4:27PM

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