Meanwhile, chairman Peter Ridsdale has told
BBC Radio Lancashire
that the club's players have not been banned from using Twitter, as long as they do not divulge information about the club.
"Twitter may have a place in an individual's private life but shouldn't have a place in their commercial life during the working day," he said.
"I don't see any benefit whatsoever in any of our players using Twitter as a means of communication because it can be interpreted in a number of ways.
"What happens in one's business life is between the employee and the employer. It's not for the wider social scene.
"We've made that clear to our players. We'll have a big turnover of players this summer and one of the first things the manager will be doing is to reinforce the fact that, if you have you use Twitter, make sure it's strictly for personal use."
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