Not a Cracking Easter

We discuss the Good Friday horror show against Cardiff and the subsequent removal of Mick McCarthy, the appointment of Stephen Dobbie as Caretaker manager and the change of style and approach which showed some promise at Luton but ultimately ended in another 3-1 defeat, the third in a row.

Blackpool 1 – Cardiff 3

  • Mental team selection
  • Pub bouncers guarding the technical area
  • Disgusting first half performance

McCarthy ‘potted’?

  • Resigned or pushed first?
  • Too little, too late?
  • Dobbie to the rescue?

Luton 3 – Blackpool 1

  • Promising team selection
  • Promising first half
  • 29 Lyons GOAL
  • Worst time to concede equaliser Mpanzu
  • 72 GOAL Maxwell static on his line and Hubby tees up Morris
  • 76 GOAL Mpanzu puts the game to bed
  • Lack of quality showed in the end but more encouraging performance

Remaining fixtures

Blackpool’s remaining fixtures for the 2022-2023 season are as follows:

April 15, 2023: Home vs. Wigan Athletic

April 18, 2023: Home vs. West Bromwich Albion

April 22, 2023: Away vs. Birmingham City

April 28, 2023: Home vs. Millwall

May 8, 2023: Away vs. Norwich City

Wigan Preview

  • Not won away in sixteen games
  • Second worst goalscorers in the league behind Cardiff
  • Second worst defence, behind us!


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