Ian Holloway stayed cool after Cardiff condemned Blackpool to a second defeat in a week
Blackpool boss Ian Holloway stayed cool after Cardiff condemned his side to a second defeat inside a week.
Last Updated: 29/09/12 10:19pm
Goals from Matt Connolly (2) and Peter Whittingham ensured Blackpool - now with just one win in five games - slid further from the summit but Holloway said injuries had disrupted his plans.
Holloway said: "In the last two games we have passed and moved and Cardiff's
crowd were on top of their team at the start, but goals change games and that's what Cardiff did.
"The goals we conceded weren't good enough from our point of view. Cardiff
played well but they won't score easier goals in their lives than those they got
"Normally we create chances but it wasn't until they sat back after the third
goal that we really got going.
"We had a big blow losing both Gary Taylor-Fletcher and Tom Ince on Friday
after niggles and they have both been important for us.
"We had a spell like this last season so we just have to put our heads down
and get through it."