Date: 25th October 2012 at 4:19pm
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Teenager Ollie Turton could be handed his opportunity if Crewe Alexandra fail to add to their squad before the weekend visit of
Yeovil Town.


“We have made a couple of enquiries about players” – Neil Baker

The Alex are needing additional cover in the middle of the pitch as Abdul Osman and Andy Bond are both doubtful for the arrival of the Glovers.

Former Northampton Town midfielder Osman has suffered a recurrence of an ankle injury while Bond, who is currently on loan from Colchester United until the weekend, is carrying a groin strain.

“We have made a couple of enquiries about players, but if they come to nothing the chances are that we will give Ollie a go,” assistant manager Neil Baker confirmed to Crewe’s official website. “He knows the role well, and did okay when he came on against Swindon.”

Turton, 19, is yet to start a league game for Crewe but has already made several substitute appearances this season.

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