PLAYERS REEL AT DROP THREAT

paulco

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Blackpool team members suffered from shock today at a club statement.

The statement came from head coach Neil Critchley, after two recent defeats.

It warned them to "play well and produce" - or they MAY lose their place.

This followed his stated belief in the squad's "good attacking players".

Moreover, he required no fresh striker.

This, despite only 20 goals scored, the second worst tally in League One.

So, if players fail to "play well", he could drop them - for other ineffective men.

And the club's motto is progress?
 

Rock and Roll Star

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Blackpool team members suffered from shock today at a club statement.

The statement came from head coach Neil Critchley, after two recent defeats.

It warned them to "play well and produce" - or they MAY lose their place.

This followed his stated belief in the squad's "good attacking players".

Moreover, he required no fresh striker.

This, despite only 20 goals scored, the second worst tally in League One.

So, if players fail to "play well", he could drop them - for other ineffective men.

And the club's motto is progress?
You should be certified!
 

paulco

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Too many fans on this website distort Blackpool's proud nickname.

Their complacency left the Oyscum asset strippers in charge far too long.

Now the same malaise shows them marooned at sea amid mediocrity.
 

Wizaard

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Too many fans on this website distort Blackpool's proud nickname.

Their complacency left the Oyscum asset strippers in charge far too long.

Now the same malaise shows them marooned at sea amid mediocrity.
Curious on the distortion of the nickname now. Siderssea? Redeasier?
 

1966_and_all_that

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Blackpool team members suffered from shock today at a club statement.

The statement came from head coach Neil Critchley, after two recent defeats.

It warned them to "play well and produce" - or they MAY lose their place.

This followed his stated belief in the squad's "good attacking players".

Moreover, he required no fresh striker.

This, despite only 20 goals scored, the second worst tally in League One.

So, if players fail to "play well", he could drop them - for other ineffective men.

And the club's motto is progress?
The man has to manage men. That's a tough ask. I'll leave him to do that cos I know, I was never good at it.
 

Chunkylad

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Blackpool team members suffered from shock today at a club statement.

The statement came from head coach Neil Critchley, after two recent defeats.

It warned them to "play well and produce" - or they MAY lose their place.

This followed his stated belief in the squad's "good attacking players".

Moreover, he required no fresh striker.

This, despite only 20 goals scored, the second worst tally in League One.

So, if players fail to "play well", he could drop them - for other ineffective men.

And the club's motto is progress?
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Wizaard

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Briistol Rovers note two unused Blackpool subs tested Covid positive.

The Rovers keeper remains unfazed, since no Pool men got close to him.
YOu didn't watch his three great saves in the last few minutes then?
 

Chunkylad

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Blackpool team members suffered from shock today at a club statement.

The statement came from head coach Neil Critchley, after two recent defeats.

It warned them to "play well and produce" - or they MAY lose their place.

This followed his stated belief in the squad's "good attacking players".

Moreover, he required no fresh striker.

This, despite only 20 goals scored, the second worst tally in League One.

So, if players fail to "play well", he could drop them - for other ineffective men.

And the club's motto is progress?
Think we saw some progress today dickhead as you didn’t appear
 

paulco

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Think we saw some progress today dickhead as you didn’t appear

Personal abuse betrays hyperbole.

Blackpool improved on recent form.

But Maxwell himself said the squad neither inflates good nor bad results.

It proved a deserved win, but over Albion reserves for the most part.

Moreover, against a team low on confidence, after heavy defeats.
 

dodgy_surname

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Personal abuse betrays hyperbole.

Blackpool improved on recent form.

But Maxwell himself said the squad neither inflates good nor bad results.

It proved a deserved win, but over Albion reserves for the most part.

Moreover, against a team low on confidence, after heavy defeats.
We won and also have been in the premier league, imagine paulco 😘
 

paulco

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It must be difficult to maintain the pretence of being a journalist, even to yourself, when you cannot string together a coherent sentence.
It must be difficult to maintain the pretence of being a journalist, even to yourself, when you cannot string together a coherent sentence.

Upwards?

My journalism ranks higher than sheep who accept Critch's false optimism.

The ability to beat higher ranked teams palls amid defeats by lower sides.

Complacency at the need for proven new attackers reinforces inconsistency.
 

bleach51

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Upwards?

My journalism ranks higher than sheep who accept Critch's false optimism.

The ability to beat higher ranked teams palls amid defeats by lower sides.

Complacency at the need for proven new attackers reinforces inconsistency.
Your grammar, diction and spelling could be a lot better for a so called journalist.

Perhaps you’ve spent too much time on the likes of twitter me thinks or should that be Twatter in your case.
 

Going Up the Pool

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With the greatest of respect Paulco is undoubtedly a bit of a knob (a gentle observation, rather than an insult, before the snowflakes pounce) but he is also a fair wordsmith.

Perhaps our very own Billy Shakespeare, albeit more 'Macbeth' than 'All's well that Ends Well'?
 

bleach51

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With the greatest of respect Paulco is undoubtedly a bit of a knob (a gentle observation, rather than an insult, before the snowflakes pounce) but he is also a fair wordsmith.

Perhaps our very own Billy Shakespeare, albeit more 'Macbeth' than 'All's well that Ends Well'?
A bit of a knob.....well there’s an understatement if I ever heard one.
 

Ginge

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Blackpool team members suffered from shock today at a club statement.

The statement came from head coach Neil Critchley, after two recent defeats.

It warned them to "play well and produce" - or they MAY lose their place.

This followed his stated belief in the squad's "good attacking players".

Moreover, he required no fresh striker.

This, despite only 20 goals scored, the second worst tally in League One.

So, if players fail to "play well", he could drop them - for other ineffective men.

And the club's motto is progress?
Lord Hawhaw
 
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