Holloway wants to settle 'unfinished business'
Blackpool boss Ian Holloway says his side have 'unfinished business' in the Premier League ahead of Wednesday's match with Birmingham.
The Seasiders were relegated last May after just one season in the top flight but earned plenty of plaudits for their exciting brand of attacking football. Holloway's men are now once again pushing for a Premier League place and travel to St Andrew's holding a single-goal advantage after winning Friday's first leg 1-0. Another victory will see them go through to their second Championship play-off final in three seasons and the animated coach admits he is eager to get back among the game's elite. "It doesn't seem a year ago that we lost our place in the Premier League," said Holloway. "It still feels like only yesterday. "We have unfinished business with the Premier League. Me in particular," he added.