Blackpool archives June 2009
Blackpool, Latest news update:
Charlie Adam has spoken of his desire to stay with Rangers as Blackpool's hopes of signing the player start to fade.
Ian Holloway says Blackpool are stepping up their attempts to sign new players but cannot believe the prices being quoted.
Blackpool boss Ian Holloway is locked in talks with two players and is hoping to complete his first signing of the summer.
Ian Holloway says he is optimistic that Blackpool can seal a permanent deal for former loan star Charlie Adam.
Derby boss Nigel Clough is still hoping to sign Blackpool defender Shaun Barker but appears unwilling to pay £1m for him.
Nottingham Forest have joined the race to sign Shaun Barker but Ian Holloway says the player is going nowhere.
Ian Holloway has urged Blackpool to make re-signing Brett Ormerod a priority after Danny Coid agreed a new two-year deal.
Blackpool boss Ian Holloway says the Seasiders have been priced out of a move for Leicester striker DJ Campbell.
Ian Holloway has moved to reassure Blackpool fans that he has no intention of selling Shaun Barker or Alex Baptiste.
Ian Holloway says he is relishing a return to QPR after Blackpool were handed a trip to Loftus Road on the opening day.
Barnsley have failed with a bid to sign Charlie Adam as Blackpool face strong competition for the player's signature.
Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston says he will not put pressure on Ian Holloway over what he feels he should achieve with the Seasiders.
Blackpool boss Ian Holloway has conceded that Leicester striker DJ Campbell may be out of his price range.
Danny Coid is expected to extend his stay at Bloomfield Road by putting pen-to-paper on a new deal this week.
Blackpool are locked in talks with Rangers with a view to wrapping up a permanent deal for Charlie Adam.
Marlon Broomes and Claus Jorgensen are among eight players who have been told they will not be getting a new deal at Blackpool.
Blackpool boss Ian Holloway will implement a tough new weight-training regime in order to get the players in top shape.
Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has confirmed he is hoping to bring in two new signings before the season kicks off.
Blackpool could have a fight on their hands after Barnsley joined the race to join Rangers striker Charlie Adam.
Brett Ormerod admits he's not sure whether he will be at Blackpool next season as he prepares for talks with Ian Holloway.
Sheffield Wednesday boss Brian Laws says the Owls are not interested in signing Blackpool midfielder Alex Baptiste.