This is the sight most Blackpool fans have been treasuring for the last week. There we are in a Champions League spot after four games. Sitting pretty. Riding high. But are we as fans making too much of this? Are expectations being raised a little … Continue reading Carried Away?
On Tuesday morning, Simon Grayson, via a hand delivered letter, offered his resignation to the club which was immediately rejected by the board of directors. Less than an hour after the club had received Simon’s offer of resignation, the Leeds Chief Executive once again contacted chairman Karl Oyston and reaffirmed their derisory offer. The chairman once again informed Leeds that permission was not granted to speak to the manager.
At 12.15pm, the club were notified that Leeds United “had been made aware” that Simon Grayson had resigned from the club’s employment and that he had accepted their offer of employment as manager and that he had signed a contract with Leeds United.
In light of the above, the board of directors have reluctantly reported Leeds United to the Football League for breaches of Football League regulations 20.1 and 20.2. In addition, the club are currently seeking advice from the Football League and the club’s lawyers as to the breach of contract by Simon Grayson whose contract was not due to expire for at least another 18 months.
The board feel Leeds United have acted completely unprofessionally and underhandedly and have shown a total disregard for the rules and regulations that govern football.”
The transfer window slammed shut at 6pm last Tuesday..or so Sky Sports News would have you believe, anyway. The reality was that with deals still being finalised in the final frantic minutes, it wasn’t until two days later that the Seasiders announced their last transfer … Continue reading Incoming
Yes, that’s the sound of the Seasiders coming crashing back down to Earth. Unlike last week at the DW Stadium, yesterday was a more realistic welcome to what we can expect from life in the Premier League. We were soundly beaten, and in the end were lucky to keep the scoreline down to six. That’s how emphatically better Arsenal were than us. The sheer pace the Gunners break forward at is frightening and as a football purist, it was hard not to admire, however painful it is to see your team go down 6-0.
Today saw the following press release: “Blackpool FC can confirm Karl Oyston has stood down as Chairman and Director of the Football Club with immediate effect. The 43-year-old will remain at Bloomfield Road as acting Chief Executive until the end of the season, or in … Continue reading Oyston Out!
…well, until Chelsea played. Yesterday was like a dream. As bad as Wigan were – and they were abject – it was destined to be Blackpool’s day. To be top of the league for just three hours was more than I could ever have hoped … Continue reading We are top of the league…
Hello and welcome to this blog. As we usher in Premier League football, hopefully for longer than a season, I’ve decided to start writing about the club once again. I used to write as part of the Pool Panel for AVFTT when it was still … Continue reading We Are Premier League…