Coyle understands cash shortage

23 January 2009 03:23
Burnley manager Owen Coyle has admitted that the United Kingdom going into recession has had a large effect on his transfer activity.The play-off chasing Clarets have not added to their squad so far during the January window.Coyle told BBC Radio Lancashire: "It's had a real impact at the football club."As a manager I have to put one or two things on hold which in an ideal world you could have moved on but we just have to get on with it."Coyle has revealed that he is still keen to strengthen his squad after 37 matches in all competitions this season, but he will have to use the loan market."It's frustrating. There is no doubt about it. I'm here to make the football club the very best I can. I know there are lots of things out there that can help build the football club.

Source: BBC_Sport