Blackpool boss Gary Bowyer requires two windows to rebuild squad

  • Posted on: 12 July 2017
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Blackpool manager Gary Bowyer believes that he needs to make business across two transfer windows in order to get the club to his standards.

The Seasiders are gearing up for a busy period in the summer after having released as many as 10 players following a much-needed promotion from League Two. Bowyer was instrumental towards the play-off promotion in his first season at the club, and he is now keen to keep the club in the third tier in order to lay the foundation for another promotion push.


  • Posted on: 2 June 2017
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The Blackpool Gazette did a poll that hints that majority of Blackpool fans would boycott the crucial League Two playoff final against Exeter City.

Almost 3,800 voters participated in the poll, mostly claiming they would sit out the game. Sixty eight percent say they would miss the game, twenty four percent said they would attend regardless of the situation with the rest undecided.


  • Posted on: 4 May 2017
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League Two outfit Blackpool FC have lost 1-3 at home to Grimpsy over the weekend due of goals from Danny Collins and Sam Jones.

Blackpool enjoyed more ball possession but they could not transform the advantage to more shots on target as they shared ten with their guests. Grimsby caused more fouls and managed to keep Blackpool from breaking the 60 points ceiling just yet.


  • Posted on: 28 March 2017
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Blackpool boss Gary Bowyer returns to Blackburn as The Tangerines progresses to the fourth round of the FA Cup – thanks to a dramatic late winner from substitute Bright Osayi-Samuel at the end of extra time to dump Barnsley out of the cup.

The manager will fancy the Seasiders’ chances against the Championship strugglers, Rovers in a Lancashire derby on January 28 after dumping out Paul Heckingbottom’s Barnsley Tuesday night. Boywer, who had a season to forget at Ewood Park before being sacked by the club’s controversial Indian owners in November 2015.

Gary Bowyer Happy with Back-to-Back Wins from Blackpool

  • Posted on: 10 December 2016
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Blackpool managed a 2-1 over Leyton Orient to only secure their second away win of the season.

The team has been extremely strong at Bloomfield Road after only one defeat, which came at the start of the season. Since then, they have been largely dependent on their home form in order to remain in contention for the play-off places. Manager Gary Bowyer was looking to improve the club’s form away from home in order to make them a force to reckon with in the League Two. The club has slipped a lot from the highflying days of the Premier League.

Blackpool’s Gary Bowyer is angry at the official’s decisions

  • Posted on: 28 October 2016
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On October 15, Blackpool locked horns with Accrington Stanley for a League Two match and even though Blackpool scored first, they just could not maintain their lead as the home team was able to seal the victory by scoring 2 goals in the last few minutes of the game.

This result was rather controversial as Accrington Stanley was given a late penalty kick which ensured the victory for the home team and this penalty that was allowed was a fairly dubious one as it was not clear on whether or not it should had been given in the first place.


  • Posted on: 16 October 2016
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Blackpool fans met with the chair of Football Supporters Federation Malcolm Clarke over the weekend at an event setup by the Blackpool Supports Trust (BST), reports say.

The chair was accompanied by a National Council member and head of the Everton fan group – the Blue Union, Dave Kelly. Both offered moral support to the fans of Blackpool over what they were facing. Blackpool fans are boycotting the club as they are angry with the owners of the club – Oyston family.

Gary Bowyer Hints at Return of Two Forwards against Wycombe

  • Posted on: 7 September 2016
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Blackpool manager Gary Bowyer is hoping to have some of his injured strikers back in contention for the game against Wycombe this weekend.

Blackpool are having an injury crisis up front with as many as four strikers being unable to play due to various injuries.

Danny Philliskirk,Kyle Vassell, Jack Redshaw, and Jamille Matt are the current injury concerns plaguing the club. The treatment table also welcomed midfielder Colin Daniel after his injury in the 1-1 draw with Barnet a few days ago. However, managerBowyer says that the club has good news on this regard since the injury is not as big as initially feared.
Mark Cullen is the only fit forward at the disposal ofBowyer. He scored the goal in the game against Barnet but Blackpool were unable to come away with all three points due to a late equaliser fromJohn Akinde. After having managed an opening day victory against Exeter City, Blackpool have been unable to capitalise on the good form shown in pre-season. They suffered a 2-1 loss against Morecambe in the previous game before this draw. The club need to return to winning ways soon and the home match against Wycombe Wanderers could just help them in this regard.


  • Posted on: 17 August 2016
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Blackpool have made additions to their team ahead of the new campaign.

The club signed Eddie Nolan on a one year deal after he was released by York in January. The League Two outfit signed the player in a bid to bolster their defensive options with the transfer window coming to a close.
The 27-year old player was developed by the academy of Blackburn when current coach Gary Bowyer was a coach there. The coach told the club’s official website that the player would bring versatility to the squad having known him for years.