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McInnes To Move In Loan Market Again

McInnes To Move In Loan Market Again

Bristol City boss Derek McInnes is set to delve into the emergency loan market once again after things went wrong on Saturday in the game against Leeds.

McInnes has defensive problems ahead of the clash with Millwall after will dive back into the emergency loan market in an effort to bolster his defence.

Loan signing George Elokobi was ruled out for the season just 48 hours after joining from Championship rivals Wolves and then City's problems got worse when Elokobi's replacement, Joe Bryan, suffered concussion after a clash of heads with Rodolph Austin.

This has left the 19-year-old extremely doubtful.

Richard Foster was forced to fill the position for a third time on Saturday.



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Writer:Andy999
Date:Monday October 1 2012
Time: 8:24PM

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He should have made his moves by now, then we'd have someone permanent
tommytiger
02/10/2012 05:23:00
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He should have made his moves by now, then we'd have someone permanent
tommytiger
02/10/2012 05:23:00
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