NOT IMPRESSED Benitez frustrated at Blackpool for treatment of wonderkid
Bonface Kimunyi|March. 09, 2019
Rafael Benitez has admitted he is not happy with the way striker Elias Sorenson’s loan is panning out at Blackpool.
The Dane had scored 21 goals for the Mapies in their youth set-up and signed a long-term contract to keep him at St James’ Park before moving to the Seasiders.
The League One outfit fended off interest from Carlisle, Hartlepool and Oxford United to sign the promising youngster so he could gain more first-team experience.
But his progress has been halted after playing just 32 minutes since he made the switch – and Benitez isn’t happy about it.
Speaking to the Chronicle , the Spaniard said: “It’s something difficult for me.
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“Ben (Dawson) dealt with them (Blackpool) and I thought it was more clear for the lad.
“But you need to know exactly what is going on to have an opinion.
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