Luke Varney sells sea shells on the sea shore

BLACKPOOL manager Ian Holloway has admitted the wrong player was substituted in the win over Wolves because he got his tongue twisted.
He wanted to replace Luke Varney with David Carney and use the Australian just in front of left-back Stephen Crainey – but the wrong man ended up being subbed.
He said: “We got it mixed up. I wanted to take Varney off and put Carney on but we ended up taking off Crainey and it all got a little confused.
“So we’ve got a new thing now where the staff are going to run everything past me because Varney, Carney, Crainey is a bit of a tongue-twister.”
For future reference, Varney sells sea shells on the sea shore, whilst Crainey picks peck of pickled pepper and Carney is a pheasant plucker’s son.

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