All posts tagged with: Blackpool FC

Blackpool v Carlisle: why wins will come

Blackpool and Carlisle have won just two games each, but early-season performances suggest results will improve for both teams. In Experimental 361’s analysis of each League Two team’s attacking play (second graph down), Blackpool and Carlisle feature in the box labelled ‘energetically wasteful’. They both have a lot of shots but a relatively low proportion… Read more →

Shrimps fortunate in victory

A draw might have been the fairest outcome from Morecambe’s 2-1 win over Blackpool on Saturday, but that won’t matter to Jim Bentley. The Liverpudlian celebrated passionately with the home fans after the victory, which was won by Michael Rose’s late goal. Gary Bowyer appeared a more reserved figure, but it was clear from the… Read more →

Blackpool Season Preview: stopping the rot

The less said about Blackpool’s last few seasons, quite frankly, the better. Terrible running of the club from Karl Oyston, heartless performances and poor management along the way has culminated in two relegations in three years. New manager Gary Bowyer must now re-enthuse a disillusioned home support as he looks to initiate the rebuilding process. Supporter Gareth… Read more →