INCE IS FRUSTRATED

  • Posted on: 6 August 2013
  • By: isport

Blackpool have not yet made any meaningful signings so far in the last few weeks, and manager Paul Ince has said that it is frustrating times for him and the club.

A lot of the transfer dealings of the club depended on the future of winger Tom Ince, who was linked heavily with a move to Cardiff. Even though Cardiff agreed a fee in the region of £ 9 million for the midfielder, the player opted against the move due to several reasons. If he had left the club, then it would have given his father significant funds to spend in the transfer window.

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CLUBS CIRCLE INCE

  • Posted on: 1 July 2013
  • By: isport

There has been a lot of rumours surrounding the future of Blackpool midfielder Tom Ince, who continues to be linked with several Premier league clubs.

He came extremely close to leaving the Championship outfit in January when Liverpool showed serious interest in the player. However, his astronomical valuation of £ 20 million was enough to scare Liverpool away. The summer, though, could prove to be the time when Ince leaves Blackpool, but manager and his father Paul Ince has said that he wants to keep the player for at least one more season.

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FOUR MORE POINTS

  • Posted on: 25 April 2013
  • By: isport

Blackpool manager Paul Ince has said that the club needs four more points in order to guarantee safety in the Championship. Blackpool have struggled following the departure of Ian Holloway, while the arrival of Ince has done little to improve things at the club.

There are just six matches remaining in the Championship season. The 1-0 win over Crystal Palace during the weekend helped the club get 50 points in the table. Ince has said that the fact that teams from the bottom of the table have been regularly taking points over the course of the season.

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Online sports betting tips

  • Posted on: 9 April 2013
  • By: isport

Online gambling – whether it is sports betting or playing casino games at an online casino – has become a big part of the lives of many people in the UK and other countries; but this doesn’t necessarily mean that it is easy to do well.

While you may enjoy some initial luck when you approach online sports betting as a novice, eventually this will run out, so it can be useful to have some tips to ensure that you have a chance of more sustained success.

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CHANGES EXPECTED

  • Posted on: 16 January 2013
  • By: isport

The Blackpool manager Michael Appleton has said that he will be making a few changes to the first-team in hopes of keeping the team fresh ahead of the match with Middlesbrough.

This is going to be key encounter for Blackpool in the hopes of finishing in the play-off positions because Middlesbrough are themselves looking to get into the top two of the table. Appleton has said that he is extremely delighted with the performances shown by the likes of Nouha Dicko and Nathan Delfouneso, which could lead to either one of the players starting in the match against Middlesbrough.

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CLOSER TO FIRST WIN

  • Posted on: 20 December 2012
  • By: isport

The Blackpool manager Michael Appleton has said that he is getting closer to achieving his first win as a Blackpool manager. The 36-year-old was appointed as a replacement for Ian Holloway, and he has started life at Blackpool with four draws.

The club was recently involved in a draw with Birmingham. However, after the 1-1 draw, the manager said that he is feeling that his first win as a Blackpool manager is not far away. Tom Ince scored the first goal for Blackpool in the match against Birmingham.

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HOLLOWAY BLAMES REF

  • Posted on: 15 November 2012
  • By: isport

The Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has said that the referee is to take the blame for the defeat they suffered at the hands of Leicester City. Blackpool have made a 100% start to the new season, but this excellent start finally came to an end after they were defeated 1-0 by Leicester City during the weekend.

Speaking after the match, the manager of Blackpool, Ian Holloway said that he is extremely sad after the match because they had to lose as a result of refereeing decisions. Ian Holloway has said that his players and their efforts they put in certainly deserved three points.

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FIGHTING SPIRIT

  • Posted on: 15 October 2012
  • By: isport

The Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has said that his players showed a lot of fighting spirit in the match against Hull city to win the match 3-2. It was one of the exciting matches of the Championship weekend after Blackpool managed to come back from a losing position with only a few minutes on the clock.

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