Date: 17th July 2009 at 6:20pm
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KIERAN Charnock has joined an unnamed Coca-Cola League Two side on a two week trial after a move to Accrington Stanley appears to have fallen through with the change of owners.

Peterborough United’s director of football Barry Fry says that a deal was in place with Accrington for the Preston-born full-back, but since Eric Whalley left the club, he has heard nothing back from the Reds and Stanley now look to have missed out.

‘I did a deal with Eric Whalley, who owned the club, but he has since sold the club and the new owner hasn’t got back to me on the deal yet, so at the moment it’s a bit quiet on that front,’ Fry told Sky Sports.

‘Kieran would like to go back up north, but there are a couple of other clubs interested in him and at the moment he is playing for somebody else on Saturday in the same division as Accrington.

‘They’ve messed me about for too long, so now they’ve got competition if they still want to sign him.’

Charnock enjoyed a loan spell at the Crown Ground last season making 34 appearances for the club, but it now looks as though the deal is out of Stanley’s hands.