Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

All Change for Latics as They Target Seaside Special

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

All Change for Latics as They Target Seaside Special

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DAVID Dunn takes his Oldham side to Blackpool today, but he will head into the match without two of this season's most regular players.

Latics travel to Bloomfield Road looking to pick up their first win in League One since the 2-1 win over Chesterfield on November 14.

Two players involved in the Oldham squad for that game are no longer with the club though, and Dunn expects more to depart.

"Michael Higdon and Jay Fulton have both been a big help but now they've gone back to their parent clubs," he said.

"They had an impact and we'll pick that up again at the start of the year to see what we can do.

"We need to start re-shaping the squad that we want as at the minute we have too many, so I think we will need to narrow them down a bit."

While Higdon and Fulton may have left, Dunn is pleased to have two more players back as options. …

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