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Sorensen Gets A Little Piece Of Revenge Against Blackpool

Elias Sorensen moved to Blackpool on loan on January 21st. It was his first loan move since joining Newcastle from HB Hoge in the summer of 2016.

Sorensen’s spell in Blackpool proved to be a disaster for the youngster. He came off the bench against Wycombe Wanderers on January 29th for his lone appearance for the club. He ended up not even making the bench in the final six games before Newcastle recalled him in March.

This evening Elias was handed his third start for Carlisle at home against Blackpool in an EFL Trophy group match.

League Two Carlisle United were able to defeat League One Blackpool 2-1. While Elias didn’t get a goal, he played the entire match for just the second time this season.

While his loan spell at Carlisle has been nothing to write home about. It’s been a far cry better than his last one at Blackpool.

4 comments so far

  • Spellcheck

    Oct 16, 2019 at 1:47 AM

    Comment #1

    Onwards n upwards young Sorenson.

  • Spellcheck

    Oct 16, 2019 at 1:57 AM

    Comment #2

    Hate to say after so many years of reading nonsense, so much naughtiness from Jibberish ( pseudonym’s n all) the latest frog onslaught of uselessness and others that abide to even communicate with such fools. Reign it in people, support your team, not RAFA anymore, tactless Bruce is taking us where??? I live in hope, Lejeune, On a good day Debravka, maxim ball at his feet wizard. Bye bye Shelvey, Ki, manauilla, sold asap!!!!! We might even be sold to someone who exists. Loved the rollercoaster ride since I was a wee Teen. Getting dizzy after so many turns ?

  • Big Archie

    Oct 16, 2019 at 2:03 AM

    Comment #3

    So he got a game and wasn’t spectacular, and you consider that revenge?

  • lesh

    Oct 16, 2019 at 2:28 AM

    Comment #4

    The Wife

    Thanks for your update and in particular that alts had been identified. That was good news.

    Now, and here’s the big challenge for you, Neil and Ed – find a way get rid of Ashley, rid the club that’s dear to your hearts of the blight that’s brought so much grief to Newcastle United.

    If that’s too big an ask, just carry on doing what you’re doing – running The Newcastle United Blog which would easily win an award for being the best blog in the world. Thank you.


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