By Chris Wright
“Quick, grab him!”
Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has conceded that he has almost no hope of holding on to influential midfielder Charlie Adam come January, with an ongoing legal dispute meaning that the Seasiders’ captain may be able to walk out of the club on a free transfer at the turn of the year.
Holloway, speaking after his side’s lively 2-2 draw with Everton on Saturday, made these mouth noises:
“As long as Charlie keeps his mind on football – which he will do as he loves playing – and I keep picking him because he trusts me, then there’s not going to a problem. Whatever happens, happens. It’s out of my hands.
“There will be a time when Charlie needs to