Date: 9th October 2008 at 4:21pm
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Mo Camara is set to stay at Bloomfield Road for another month.

Derby County have agreed in principal to extend the defenders loan into its final month – a month that sees Pool play Camara’s parent club.

That game is on the 21st, three days after the trip to Doncaster Rovers. It is extremely unlikely that Mo will be allowed to play the fixture, and is on four bookings for the season – only one away from a suspension.

With six games left to play whilst he is at Blackpool, Camara might only play four more, due to a suspension waiting to happen as well. However, if he was to get himself booked at Doncaster next week, he’d be suspended for the Derby game, one which he probably won’t play in anyway, thus maximising his games.

With The Seasiders so keen to extend the loan of Camara, where does this leave Danny Coid? The scouser has been ever present on the substitute bench (with Crainey, Camara and Joe Martin both ahead of him in the pecking order) this season and Simon Grayson was obviously keen to get someone in ahead of Danny? where does he go from here?