In this close season pod, we discuss the utterly shambolic situation at the club at the moment as the squad currently has just EIGHT players less than four until the start of the season, Matt Gilks and Alex Baptise speak about how they fear for the clubs future and Tim Fielding joins us to provide on update on the progress of the Blackpool Supporters Trust.
HedzUp is a local Blackpool charity which aims to raise awareness of the signs & symptoms of brain tumours in children and is holding an ex players v celebs charity match at Bloomfield Road on Sunday 25th May.
In todays show we discuss Saturdays three nil defeat to Charlton, despite which, resulted in Blackpool somehow surviving for another season in the Championship, we give our thoughts on the end of season awards which were held last night and also run the rule over the impact of the news that Matt Williams has left BFC for pastures new.
In today’s show we discuss last Saturdays vital and somewhat unexpected two nil win at Wigan at which Karl Oyston dangled a twig of reconciliation with the fans by paying for 3000 free tickets and then snapped it half by threatening a bunch of fans with libel and police action!
Have a listen to the thoughts of penalty saving hero, Matt Gilks and also of interim player-manager, Barry Ferguson as the ‘gaffer’ almost gets excited after Blackpool record a Championship status preserving (touch wood!) two-nil win against the pie munchers at the DW Stadium last Saturday.
Saturdays day of protests, intermingled with a one nil derby day defeat to Burnley at Bloomers, todays fine point as ‘Pool come away with a creditable draw against Brighton at the Amex and SISA chairman Tim Fielding joins us to discuss progress made in the formation of a Blackpool supporters trust.
Listen to an unhappy Barry Ferguson give his views on Saturdays one nil home defeat to Burnley which dropped Blackpool deeper into the relegation mire and puts the Clarets on the brink of a return to the Premier League.
In todays show we discuss the letter BSA sent to the players, James Guy (NATA founder) joins us all the way from the US and A, and we review yet another defeat, this time a two nil defeat against Leeds United at Elland Road on Saturday.