We thought managers from Premier League clubs would have a strong vetting process when it comes to talking openly about transfer on the phone.
Seemingly not though, as Blain Morrison, a player from Limavady United, managed to get his hands on Tony Pulis' mobile number over the weekend. Pulis fell hook, line, and sinker for Morrison impersonation of Bolton boss Neil Lennon, and it wasn't long before they were discussing possible transfer deals
Lennon(Morrison) was interested in taking one of Pulis' players, Gareth McCauley, on loan away from West Brom. Tony didn’t seem too keen on the idea, but was happy enough to throw out some other suggestions, mainly Irish centre-half, Paddy McCarthy, who he worked with at Crystal Palace last season.