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Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
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Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
Should be a cracker. Wycombe are on a 54 or so match unbeaten so it will be a test for Bowyer's heroes.

The attendance is likely to be low but it won't look out of place when comparing with attendances in other fixtures. I am sure the Blackpool fans that do attend will still make it an electric night at Bloomfield.

Was Bowyer ever fined in the last round? After the first wave of fines, I don't recall Blackpool receiving another one which is a shame.

This is what football is all about.

C'mon the Pool

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(This post was last modified: 10-01-2017 09:45 by seasider.)
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/16)
Don't you just love sarcasm.
10-01-2017 09:33
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/16)
It's my only form of wit.
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
Just a reminder of what Karl the visionary said:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/36520871

Quote:Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston has backed the change that will allow Premier League academy teams to play in the EFL Trophy next season.

The competition will be extended to 64 teams, with sides from 16 of the 21 category one academies invited to join League One and League Two clubs.

It will be a one-season trial in 2016-17 but opinion is very much divided among lower league clubs.

"I think it is a good idea," Oyston told BBC Radio Lancashire.

"We all complain about the national team not being very good and the Premier League academies seem to gobble up the best talent.

"I think the only crime is that you don't then use it and put these better players into proper men's football rather than the Premier League reserve level, which doesn't seem to be developing players as well as proper league football.

"I think it is a good thing for the national team - maybe not a good thing for the league, but I don't see the downsides really."

After the move was announced, Portsmouth, Accrington Stanley, AFC Wimbledon, Hartlepool United and Luton Town all released statements opposing the plan.

Accrington chief executive David Burgess said there was "no financial reward" for the League One and Two clubs.

"For example, the Premier League are offering another £1m prize money to get the EFL clubs into it - when you look and break it down into how the competitions will be played there is just no financial gain whatsoever teams like Accrington," he added.

"I'm sure that there are other opportunities for the competition. It has been dying on its feet a little bit but I'm sure there are better ways of making the competition viable for Football League clubs and not for the Premier League."

You can tell who the proper 'football chairmen' are in that piece.
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10-01-2017 10:16
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
Here there is nothing, only broken dreams
I'm sitting in the stadium with my flask and custard creams
10-01-2017 10:35
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
End to end thriller.

Those mushrooms sat in the middle block are going to have sore necks watching the game tonight that's for sure!

I predict 6-6 with the Wanderers winning 25 - 26 on penalties after extra time.

All together now ...

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10-01-2017 14:39
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
Cos I'm feelin bad allover.
10-01-2017 15:31
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
Subs | Lyness, Aldred, Payne, Des Pres, Roache, Redshaw.
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
(10-01-2017 18:14)Lancashirehotpot Wrote:  Subs | Lyness, Aldred, Payne, Des Pres, Roache, Redshaw.

Blimey - Sebastien Turenne Des Pres - nothing letting new blood!
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
heard word of a flash mob style protest at this any truth?
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
(10-01-2017 18:14)Lancashirehotpot Wrote:  Subs | Lyness, Aldred, Payne, Des Pres, Roache, Redshaw.

And is that Rowan Roache ? He's only 16 isn't he?
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
(10-01-2017 09:07)seasider Wrote:  Should be a cracker. Wycombe are on a 54 or so match unbeaten so it will be a test for Bowyer's heroes.

54 match unbeaten run????
10-01-2017 18:24
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
(10-01-2017 18:22)LeeJCP Wrote:  heard word of a flash mob style protest at this any truth?

Can't imagine that being true for a pointless game such as this.
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RE: Match Day Thread: Blackpool v Wycombe (Checkatrade Trophy 10/01/17)
(10-01-2017 18:25)seasider Wrote:  Can't imagine that being true for a pointless game such as this.

certainly would push up security costs though. would be nice LaughLaughLaugh
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