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We've Gone Back In Time Then?

I know that we all make mistakes but come on TalkSport you've hardly done anything to enhance your reputation have you by saying that Neale Cooper wants to extend Jack Barmby's loan with Hartlepool.

Hartlepool do have a Cooper in charge but the Coops that we have these days is Colin!

Neale Cooper hasn't been the manager at the Vic for some 15 months or so has he so quite what say he's got in the talks to extend Barmby's loan move from Man United baffles me, they said.

'Neale Cooper has been impressed with Barmby, though, and wants to extend the loan spell.

'The rookie is seen as one for the future at United and as there are no plans to blood him in the first team at present, it is likely that the champions will sanction an extension to the current agreement.'

Come on TalkSport that's a poor error to make.

Anyway Coops, Colin Cooper that is, has already spoken about extending the loans of the players that he has at the Vic and Barmby will be one of them and these talks will be ongoing as the 19 year old is coming to the end of his loan, in fact it ends after the weekend.

It makes sense from everyone's prospective to extend this and I'd be surprised if something isn't worked out to extend this for at least another month.

Another of the youngsters at the Vic, but one of our own, that is shining this season is Brad Walker and he's now found himself put on stand by for England at U18 level for the two games with Croatia next month.

Coops has told the official website that Walker had been selected for the friendly that England have coming up but with Hartlepool in League 2 action against Southend he wasn't able to link up with the national squad on this occasion.

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Writer:Monkey Hanger 1908
Date:Thursday February 13 2014
Time: 10:52PM

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