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Kilby Will Back Cotterill

Clarets chairman Barry Kilby has given his backing to Steve Cotterill if the gaffer wants to utilise the loan market.

Loan transfers are possible from Friday, and the Clarets used the system successfully last season, with the temporary addition of fans favourite Nathan Dyer, and Derby keeper Lee Grant due to keeper injury problems.

Kilby said: ''We can still operate on the emergency loan system,' he said. 'We have always got the option to bring somebody in on loan if Steve feels there is a need.'






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Date:Thursday September 7 2006

Time: 8:11PM

 

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