Month: July 2013

Q & A with BSA

Perhaps the most important element of any football club is its fanbase, without which they would cease to exist. With that in mind, we were eager to find out more about the various supporters groups at Blackpool FC – who they are, their purpose, what makes them tick and how they respond to any criticism they receive.

Concluding our series of interviews with a number of Blackpool’s supporters groups, we end with the club’s official supporters group BSA (Blackpool Supporters Association). Glenn Bowley (chairman) and Fiona Martin (vice-chair) took time out to answer our questions…

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Q & A with SISA

Perhaps the most important element of any football club is its fanbase, without which they would cease to exist. With that in mind, we were eager to find out more about the various supporters groups at Blackpool FC – who they are, their purpose, what makes them tick and how they respond to any criticism they receive.

Kicking off our series of interviews with a number of Blackpool’s supporters groups, we begin with the newest group in town SISA (Seasiders Independent Supporters Association). Interim committee member, Kevin Boroduwicz, took time out to answer our questions…

Q & A with BASIL

Perhaps the most important element of any football club is its fanbase, without which they would cease to exist. With that in mind, we were eager to find out more about the various supporters groups at Blackpool FC – who they are, their purpose, what makes them tick and how they respond to any criticism they receive.

In the concluding part our series of interviews with a number of Blackpool’s supporters groups, we spoke to another one of the regional groups who bring together fans not living in the Blackpool area. Karen McGuiness, Stewart Meggs and John Walsh of the BASIL committee took time out to answer our questions…

Q & A with Yorkshire Seasiders

Perhaps the most important element of any football club is its fanbase, without which they would cease to exist. With that in mind, we were eager to find out more about the various supporters groups at Blackpool FC – who they are, their purpose, what makes them tick and how they respond to any criticism they receive.

Continuing our series of interviews with a number of Blackpool’s supporters groups, we turn to one of the regional groups who bring together fans not living in the Blackpool area. The chairman of Yorkshire Seasiders, Phil Corbett, took time out to answer our questions…

Welcome to Measured Progress

Introducing…Measured Progress.

Welcome to the all-new website dedicated to Blackpool FC. Measured Progress is a collaborative project between three prominent sites dedicated to Blackpool FC – the Seasiders Podcast, Tangerine Dreaming and Up The ‘Pool. With the aim of providing a one-stop shop for fans interested in an independent take on events at Bloomfield Road, Measured Progress will provide content on a regular basis.