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Rumour Mill-Posh Paul Coutts

Burnley are believed to be interested in Peterborough United midfielder Paul Coutts according to the Daily Mail Today

The 21-year-old Scot only became a professional 18 months ago but already has three Scottish Under 21 caps.

He was originally a trainee with Aberdeen before joining Highland League side Cove Rangers.Couuts signed for Peterborough United on a three-year deal in July 2008 after impressing during a trial period with the club.

It is understood that Wolves,Newcastle and West Brom may also be considering an offer.

The link to Burnley if true is now bound to be up in the air until the mannagerial situation is resolved. Presumably this was one of Owen Coyle's targets if there is any truth in the link so he might just as likely end up at Bolton.


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Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 7 2010

Time: 7:40PM

Your Comments

Another Scot Where's Vin Rouge nurse!!
8clarets8
Does make you wonder how many players we were looking at with a view to bringing to Turf Moor before Coyle jumped ship. Wonder where we stand, if Coyle now wants them at Bolton instead, especially if we had already started negotiations?
turfmanphil
Wonder whether Coyle had been er, banking on signing Coutts before he left ? Don't know much about this lad - would have to, ahem, cheque him out before making any further comments. Credit, oh dear, to Burnley though for still showing interest ( ! ) despite this week's managerial withdrawal. Men in white coats on the way.
RickersTwickers
Fantastic that Twickers!!! all the way to the crunch - I mean punch line !!!
Bolton Boeing
has Coyle gone to Horwich
lathamwafc
Hope Judas does not take our players Steve Cotterial built that team, most of it anyway
Grimsby Claret
Another bright youngster for the wage bill with no chance of getting a game under OC, just like the other lads he brought in....Eckersley, Easton, Edgar etc oh and never forget my favourite non player I give you DIEGO...... For goodness sake lets buy or loan a player we don't need to spend a year explaining where Gawthorpe is to his carer. Nurse.....I know but I want some more tablets for a mate....NURSE!! Damm you
VinRogue
 

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