Robinson arrives at Blackpool

England Under-21 international defender Jack Robinson has joined Blackpool from Liverpool on a season-long youth loan.

Last Updated: 01/08/13 at 18:27 Post Comment

Jack Robinson: Joins Blackpool on season-long loan

Jack Robinson: Joins Blackpool on season-long loan

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The full-back, who - along with current Seasiders winger Thomas Ince - was part of the squad Stuart Pearce sent to Israel this summer, has made a handful of appearances for the Reds.

Teenager Robinson, 19, spent part of last season on loan with Wolves.

Blackpool said on their official website: "Left-back Jack Robinson has agreed a move to Blackpool on a season-long youth loan from Liverpool.

"The 19-year-old England Under-21 international will wear the number three shirt and links-up with his new team-mates prior to this weekend's fixture against Doncaster Rovers."

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