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Blackpool Month by Month Archive

August 2011

Ranger: Move to Blackpool could be back on due to striker's lack of football at Newcastle

Blackpool back in for Ranger

Skysports.com understands Blackpool's bid to sign Newcastle United striker Nile Ranger could be resurrected.

Holloway: Looking to bring in a few new faces before Wednesday's deadline

Holloway keen to strengthen

Ian Holloway has expressed his determination to bolster Blackpool's promotion-chasing squad before the transfer window closes.

Holloway: Frustrated by off-field issues

Ollie calls for board backing

Ian Holloway wants Blackpool owner Karl Oyston to prove that the club are not on a slippery slope back to oblivion.

Puncheon: Winger is in demand

Holloway in race to sign winger

Ian Holloway is hopeful he can persuade winger Jason Puncheon to snub other offers to join Blackpool.

Freedman: Delighted with the desire on show from his side

Freedman hails battling point

Dougie Freedman was quick to praise the battling qualities of his Crystal Palace side after seeing them pick up a point against Blackpool.

Scannell: Challenges with Baptiste

Murray strike denies Seasiders

Crystal Palace substitute Glenn Murray struck a second-half equaliser to deny Blackpool victory in a 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

Sky Bet Championship Table

Sky Bet Championship Table - April 15 2014
Pos Team P Pts
1 Leicester City 42 90
2 Burnley 42 83
3 Derby County 42 75
4 Queens Park Rangers 42 73
5 Wigan Athletic 41 67
6 Reading 42 64

Features

Impressive Poyet

Impressive Poyet

Diego Poyet's stock continues to rise at Charlton and Ryan Parrish takes a look at the teenager.

FL72-Preview: Simon Grayson talks about League One Preston's promotion push

FL72-Preview: Simon Grayson talks about League One Preston's promotion push

Preston boss Simon Grayson is going for his fourth promotion to the Championship - and he'll be on FL72-Preview to talk all about it.

FL72 Weekly - Apr 3

FL72 Weekly - Apr 3

Download our podcast for interviews with Eddie Howe, Marc Pugh, Kenny Jackett and Chris Powell.

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