Adam finally rejoins Pool as Everton visit the Seaside

Last updated : 04 August 2009 By The Seasider

Following Rangers acceptance of the Seasiders £500,000 bid weeks ago which would effectively be a new record for the club Adam was not as forthcoming to agree personal terms. His desire to remain a Rangers player quickly became obvious after new Pool boss Ian Holloway was unable to make progress with the players agents. Holloway was not slow in offering criticism of Adams' agents in his attempts to agree terms. It also took a new commitment from club president Valerie Belokon of fresh funds for new players which allowed Holloway to have he funds to back up the clubs original record breaking bid. After being left out of Rangers recent friendlies the writing was on the wall that he wasn't going to figure in their plans in the future and despite interest from other Championship sides Adam gave Blackpool a welcome boost by joining he club and he may well be in the side that Holloway puts out against what is expected to be a pretty strong Everton line-up. The toffeemen are also reportedly being well backed with their travelling supporters for tonights match the first at Bloomfield Road since the construction on the South stand been visibly more obvious.