Interview: Keith Southern: “Chairman left a voicemail to let me know I wasn’t needed after 10 years”

We sat down with Keith Southern to chat all things tangerine. Keith chatted through his ten years with the club, which included two promotions, three play-off campaigns and a season at the top table of English football. Keith also spoke of the disappointing way he left the club in 2012 when his mind was madeContinue reading “Interview: Keith Southern: “Chairman left a voicemail to let me know I wasn’t needed after 10 years””

Review: Five Good, Five Bad: Portsmouth (a)

Another three points picked up on the road, courtesy of a Jerry Yates goal in the final 10 minutes. The Seasiders will have one eye on the play-offs now with one, two or in some cases three games in hand to play in comparison to those teams that are currently above us. The very veryContinue reading “Review: Five Good, Five Bad: Portsmouth (a)”

Interview: Jay Spearing: Why I left Blackpool

We sat down with the man who led the Blackpool team out in the homecoming, fired that memorable penalty at Accrington and saw the monumental club ownership change first hand, Jay Spearing. He gave his perspective of the significant changes that happened to the club during his time at Bloomfield Road, as well as hisContinue reading “Interview: Jay Spearing: Why I left Blackpool”

Transfer News: Elliot Embleton

Deadline Day this year was more about outgoings than incomings as Blackpool let go of four players, but managed to bring in a loanee from fellow League One club Sunderland. Here, I take a closer look at Blackpool’s new loan signing Elliot Embleton and suggest some reasons why he might have been allowed to leaveContinue reading “Transfer News: Elliot Embleton”

Opinion: January Transfer Window: Winners & Losers

The January Transfer Window has slammed shut for another year, so who’s come out of it stronger than how they went in? I analysed the done deals in League One and assessed which teams are looking upwards in the table compared to those who have suffered in the window. Accrington Stanley IN: Gary Roberts (BalaContinue reading “Opinion: January Transfer Window: Winners & Losers”

Review: 5 Good, 0 Bad – Wigan (a)

Blackpool kicked on up the League One table tonight after an exceptional performance against struggling Wigan Athletic. The match was played with the bare bones of the squad from last Saturday’s FA Cup game against Brighton. It’s been stop start. First it was Covid, then it was a waterlogged pitch (which, to be honest, workedContinue reading “Review: 5 Good, 0 Bad – Wigan (a)”

Opinion: Quality over Quantity

With January additions surely around the corner at Blackpool, unlike the previous transfer window, it’s quality that Blackpool will be after rather than quantity. After the recent performance against Bristol Rovers in which we had 21 chances, of which only five were on target, it is conclusive what area the transfer activity needs to happenContinue reading “Opinion: Quality over Quantity”

Opinion: Critchley’s Class of 2020

Yes, you read that headline right – Critchley Class of 2020. I don’t mind the ‘Critchley & Calderwood Class’, but please never just the ‘Colin Calderwood Class’. Let’s not forget who the main man is – the man who left Liverpool for a project he felt was ‘special’ and who put the wheels in motionContinue reading “Opinion: Critchley’s Class of 2020”