Fresh from Saturday’s excellent victory over Oxford, I preview tonight’s match against Peterborough United, as a win would take us into the play-off places for the first time this season. I must admit, after the drab home draws of late I was slowly beginning to lose hope that we could still make the play-off placesContinue reading “Match Preview: Peterborough United”
Blackpool’s game against Rochdale was one of those fixtures that felt like it had been pending as a game in hand for forever and wouldn’t actually go ahead. It was seen as a must-win for us to look upwards in the table and still harbour hopes of reaching the top six. And in the end,Continue reading “Review: Five Good, Five Bad – Rochdale (h)”
Blackpool got a point away to stop the rot of several defeats in a row. That wasn’t the only positive though.
Blackpool put in a much improved performance but it wasn’t enough to get all 3 points away at Crewe. A MOTM performance from Oliver Turton and a goal from Grant Ward gave the Seasiders optimism providing a dominant display.
Blackpool made the return to Bloomfield Road for our third pre-season game, hosting David Dunn’s Barrow this afternoon. 21 players featured in total, with one sub made at half-time followed by 9 on the hour mark, only Nathan Shaw lasting the full 90 minutes. Ben Garrity, Calum Mcdonald and Joe Nuttall all missed out throughContinue reading “Pre-season Match Review: Barrow (h)”