Blackpool's Myles Boney joins non-league side on loan

Boney is desperate to get some regular game timeBoney is desperate to get some regular game time
Boney is desperate to get some regular game time
Blackpool goalkeeper Myles Boney has joined non-league side Nantwich Town on loan for a month.

The 19-year-old, who has made four appearances for Blackpool's first team, has joined the Northern Premier Division side in a bid for more regular game time.

It comes after the Seasiders brought in Queens Park Rangers keeper Joe Lumley on Monday - allowing Ryan Allsop to return to parent club AFC Bournemouth.

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Lumley, who spent a loan spell with Blackpool's weekend opponents Bristol Rovers last season, is highly rated at Loftus Road.

He will remain with Blackpool until the end of the season.

Allsop, meanwhile, departs Bloomfield Road having made 23 appearances for the Seasiders.

He was Blackpool's regular number one until the 1-1 draw at Charlton Athletic on December 23. He was dropped for Ben Williams who went on to play three straight games, before he himself was dropped for Christoffer Mafoumbi.