Discussion in 'Pure Football' started by Peegee, Jul 28, 2010.
sorry if seb!!
bound to score against us
Sunderland in talks with Heskey
I aint laughing like
Blackpool are desperate
Why not for £200k?
Years Team ----------Apps† (Gls)†
2002–2004 Huddersfield Town 68 (22)
2003–2005 Blackburn Rovers-- 42 (8)
2005–2007 Sunderland ------- 35 (2)
2006–2007 → Derby County (loan) 17 (3)
2007–2008 Sheffield United --------39 (8)
2008 → Ipswich Town (loan)----- 1 (1)
2008– Ipswich Town ------60 (17)
2010 → Coventry City (loan)--- 10 (2)
Justa guess like
You gotta feel sorry for Blackpool. It looks like the chairman is just happy to take the premier league money and subsequent parachute payments without having a pop at staying up. They will probably sack Holloway before easter as well.
could have summed us up late 90s and micmac era
They will beat Derby's record imo.
Brilliant managing by Holloway that like, He saw that Jeffers couldn't cut it at premiership level so instead he got Jon Stead who done very well for sheffield united, never thought Holloway was that good
Almost feel sorry for them.
They should be aiming for promising young players on loan that the clubs in Europe want to farm out, like Seamus Coleman last season.
The gap between the divisions is widening, for a lot of clubs the spend required to stay up will represent a gamble not too many will be prepared to take. We were fortunate that Drumaville and Short were snared by the real hero at this club. The arrogant young bucks posting smilies and laughing at Blackpool should take heed of the job Niall did for us and how fortunate we are to have him on board.
I thought Blackpool said the main priority for using the TV money was to invest in the ground and training facilities which in the long term may be sensible.
Their resigning him on loan again apparantly
They'll go down without scoring a goal
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