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Ian Holloway: 'Liverpool will need £16m if they want Adam'

The Blackpool manager, Ian Holloway, has suggested that Liverpool may need to part with £16m to secure the services of the midfielder Charlie Adam. Damien Comolli's telephone call on Sunday asking how much the club want for the player was the latest to be rebuffed.

Blackpool tell Liverpool 'put up or shut up' over Charlie Adam

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway has told Liverpool to "put up or shut up" over their pursuit of Charlie Adam.

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Blackpool reject Aston Villa and Birmingham advances for Charlie Adam

Blackpool have rejected bids from Aston Villa and Birmingham for captain Charlie Adam, manager Ian Holloway has confirmed.

Holloway dreams of Dalglish after Cup defeat

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Holloway gets reminder of top-flight home truths

Ian Holloway believes Birmingham's victory at Bloomfield Road on Tuesday night will have given Blackpool's fans a reality check.

Holloway convinced of City title credentials

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Holloway: I don't want rivals 'stealing' my stars

Blackpool manager Ian Holloway is bracing himself for the prospect of clubs trying to "steal" some of his players in the January transfer window. The Seasiders have won plenty of admirers so far in their maiden Premier League campaign, playing an entertaining brand of football and accruing an impressive 25 points from 17 fixtures to date following their surprise promotion via the Championship play-offs in May.

Holloway takes pride and joy in players' success

Blackpool manager Ian Holloway will head into 2011 determined to carry on enjoying himself. The promoted side have defied all pre-season predictions to more than make a good fist of life in the Premier League, and will end 2010 comfortably in the top half of the table, with 25 points already banked following Tuesday's 2-0 win at Sunderland.

Bargain buy Campbell sinks Sunderland to cap dream year for Holloway

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Blackpool boss Ian Holloway has rubbished speculation that he is a potential successor to Sam Allardyce at Blackburn.

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The first green cars to qualify for a subsidy of up to £5,000 were unveiled by the Government yesterday.

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