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Seasiders Podcast

By John Aspinall
We are an independent Blackpool FC fans podcast talking all things tangerine since 2010. We review all the matches, cover the latest news, interviews with players, fans of other clubs and have special feature shows every now and then. Up the ‘Pool!
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REACTION : Harrogate Town 0 - Blackpool 4
John, Jeff and Nick picked the bones out of Blackpool's fine four nil away win at Harrogate Town in the second round of the FA Cup -------------------------------- Thanks for listening and we all hope you enjoyed the pod!  If you would like to show your appreciation to our efforts in bringing this content to you, here’s how you can help us out: BECOME A PATREON If you enjoy this content and want to chuck us a few quid to say thanks and provide support for our running costs, gear upgrades etc, please consider becoming a patron of the show.  Starting from the price of a pint per month (£3.50) you can help support us, make the show better and get bonus content in return. Go to https://www.patreon.com/seasiderspod to find out more and hopefully sign up! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL ON YOUTUBE Subscribe to your YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/SeasiderspodcastCoUk as you will be notified whenever we are doing a live show - you don’t wanna miss out do you?! JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST Join our mailing list at https://seasiderspodcast.co.uk/email/ to be notified whenever we release a new audio podcast. LEAVE US A RATING & REVIEW Leave us an Apple podcasts rating and review at  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/seasiders-podcast/id1316740675 - this helps us grow and gain exposure in the said podcast store. Cheers, and Up the ‘Pool! John, Tim, Nick, Matt, Sam & Tom
54:57
November 28, 2020
FNP #10 - Harrogate Town (a) - FA Cup Round 2
It's Friday the 28th of November and on tonight's show, we’ll be looking forward to Blackpool’s away trip to Harrogate Town in the second round of the FA Cup. And to help us with this, we are joined by two Marks, firstly, Mark Fenton, who was an ex Harrogate Town goalkeeper and worked under the late great Billy Ayre, and Mark Aspinall, who is giving Timmy-Two-Scarves a run for his money being a Harrogate Town supporting Blackpool fan! --- -------------------------------- Thanks for listening and we all hope you enjoyed the pod!  If you would like to show your appreciation to our efforts in bringing this content to you, here’s how you can help us out: BECOME A PATREON If you enjoy this content and want to chuck us a few quid to say thanks and provide support for our running costs, gear upgrades etc, please consider becoming a patron of the show.  Starting from the price of a pint per month (£3.50) you can help support us, make the show better and get bonus content in return. Go to https://www.patreon.com/seasiderspod to find out more and hopefully sign up! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL ON YOUTUBE Subscribe to your YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/SeasiderspodcastCoUk as you will be notified whenever we are doing a live show - you don’t wanna miss out do you?! JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST Join our mailing list at https://seasiderspodcast.co.uk/email/ to be notified whenever we release a new audio podcast. LEAVE US A RATING & REVIEW Leave us an Apple podcasts rating and review at  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/seasiders-podcast/id1316740675 - this helps us grow and gain exposure in the said podcast store. Cheers, and Up the ‘Pool! John, Tim, Nick, Matt, Sam & Tom
1:04:08
November 27, 2020
606 #14 - Doncaster Rovers 3 - Blackpool 2
Our after match reaction to the debacle just witnessed at the Keepmoat Stadium! ----------------- Thanks for listening and we all hope you enjoyed the pod!  If you would like to show your appreciation to our efforts in bringing this content to you, here’s how you can help us out: BECOME A PATREON If you enjoy this content and want to chuck us a few quid to say thanks and provide support for our running costs, gear upgrades etc, please consider becoming a patron of the show.  Starting from the price of a pint per month (£3.50) you can help support us, make the show better and get bonus content in return. Go to https://www.patreon.com/seasiderspod to find out more and hopefully sign up! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL ON YOUTUBE Subscribe to your YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/SeasiderspodcastCoUk as you will be notified whenever we are doing a live show - you don’t wanna miss out do you?! JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST Join our mailing list at https://seasiderspodcast.co.uk/email/ to be notified whenever we release a new audio podcast. LEAVE US A RATING & REVIEW Leave us an Apple podcasts rating and review at  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/seasiders-podcast/id1316740675 - this helps us grow and gain exposure in the said podcast store. Cheers, and Up the ‘Pool! John, Tim, Nick, Matt, Sam & Tom
1:11:38
November 25, 2020
606 - Peterborough United 1 - Blackpool 2
Neil Hubbard, a Posh who kindly gave us the lowdown on what to expect from Peterborough (and rightly called at lot of aspects!) joins the panel to review Blackpool's superb win at London Road to inflict a first home defeat of the season to the hosts and table toppers.   ----------------------- Thanks for listening and we all hope you enjoyed the pod!  If you would like to show your appreciation to our efforts in bringing this content to you, here’s how you can help us out: BECOME A PATREON If you enjoy this content and want to chuck us a few quid to say thanks and provide support for our running costs, gear upgrades etc, please consider becoming a patron of the show.  Starting from the price of a pint per month (£3.50) you can help support us, make the show better and get bonus content in return. Go to https://www.patreon.com/seasiderspod to find out more and hopefully sign up! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL ON YOUTUBE Subscribe to your YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/SeasiderspodcastCoUk as you will be notified whenever we are doing a live show - you don’t wanna miss out do you?! JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST Join our mailing list at https://seasiderspodcast.co.uk/email/ to be notified whenever we release a new audio podcast. LEAVE US A RATING & REVIEW Leave us an Apple podcasts rating and review at  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/seasiders-podcast/id1316740675 - this helps us grow and gain exposure in the said podcast store. Cheers, and Up the ‘Pool! John, Tim, Nick, Matt, Sam & Tom
1:09:45
November 22, 2020
FNP #9 - Peterborough United (a)
Sam and Tom are joined by Posh fan Neil Hubbard about their start to the season and what to expect from Posh, players that have played for both clubs and their predictions for the match. How YOU can help this show: PATREON If you enjoy this content and want to chuck us a few quid to say thanks and provide support for our running costs, gear upgrades etc, please consider becoming a patron of the show.  Starting from the price of a pint per month (£3.50) you can help support us, make the show better and get bonus content in return. Go to https://www.patreon.com/seasiderspod to find out more and hopefully sign up! YOUTUBE Subscribe to your YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/SeasiderspodcastCoUk as you will be notified whenever we are doing a live show - you don’t wanna miss out do you?! EMAIL LIST Join our mailing list at https://seasiderspodcast.co.uk/email/ to be notified whenever we release a new audio podcast. REVIEW Leave us an Apple podcasts rating and review at  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/seasiders-podcast/id1316740675 - this helps us grow and gain exposure in the said podcast store.
1:16:37
November 20, 2020
#173 - The Season So Far
Its Tuesday the 17th November 2020.  In this evenings show, we take time to reflect on the season so far, compare the current league table with our pre-season predictions, catch up on the latest news and finally get the “best ever eleven feature” up and running again as we run the rule over the right back position and pick a goalie! Thanks for listening, time for a favour from you!  How YOU can help this show: PATREON If you enjoy this content and want to chuck us a few quid to say thanks and provide support for our running costs, gear upgrades etc, please consider becoming a patron of the show.  Starting from the price of a pint per month (£3.50) you can help support us, make the show better and get bonus content in return. Go to https://www.patreon.com/seasiderspod to find out more and hopefully sign up! YOUTUBE Subscribe to your YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/SeasiderspodcastCoUk as you will be notified whenever we are doing a live show - you don’t wanna miss out do you?! EMAIL LIST Join our mailing list at https://seasiderspodcast.co.uk/email/ to be notified whenever we release a new audio podcast. REVIEW Leave us an Apple podcasts rating and review at  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/seasiders-podcast/id1316740675 - this helps us grow and gain exposure in the said podcast store.
1:19:14
November 18, 2020
(FAC 1) Eastbourne 0 - Blackpool 3
We give our reactions to Eastbourne Borough 0 -  Blackpool 3 in the FA Cup Round One which kicked off at 2:30pm on Sunday 8th November.   --- How YOU can help this show: PATREON If you enjoy this content and want to chuck us a few quid to say thanks and provide support for our running costs, gear upgrades etc, please consider becoming a patron of the show.  Starting from the price of a pint per month (£3.50) you can help support us, make the show better and get bonus content in return. Go to patreon.com/seasiderspod to find out more and hopefully sign up! YOUTUBE Subscribe to your YouTube channel as you will be notified whenever we are doing a live show - you don’t wanna miss out do you?! EMAIL LIST Join our mailing list at seasiderspodcast.co.uk/email to be notified whenever we release a new audio podcast. REVIEW Leave us an Apple podcasts rating and review.  This helps us grow and gain exposure in the said podcast store.
57:21
November 8, 2020
Blackpool 1 - Wigan Athletic 0
Listen to our match reaction of Blackpool one nil win over Wigan yesterday.  We were also joined by a couple of callers on the show to give us theirs views on the match.   Watch the video recording of the episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCR2qE7U0j8
1:09:40
November 4, 2020
FNP #8 - Burton Albion (a)
Join Sam and guests LIVE at 8pm for his preview of Burton Albion versus Blackpool FC, which kicks of at 3pm on Saturday 31st October at the Pirelli Stadium.
1:08:44
October 30, 2020
AFC Wimbledon 1 - Blackpool 0
We take calls from several disgruntled fans on this 606 match reaction show as we and they react to Blackpool's latest defeat, this time 1-0 away at AFC Wimbledon as 'Pool have not one, but TWO players sent of ffor straight red offences!
1:14:20
October 27, 2020
Blackpool 1 - MK Dons 0
Audio of our match reaction show on Saturday 24th October 2020,  Blackpool 1 - MK Dons 0
58:58
October 24, 2020
Blackpool 0 - Charlton Athletic 1
Post match reaction of Blackpool 0 - Charlton 1 on Tuesday 20th October.
1:00:10
October 20, 2020
Crewe Alexandra 1 - Blackpool 1
606 : Crewe 1 - Blackpool 1 match reaction
52:29
October 17, 2020
Blackpool 1 - Ipswich Town 4
Blackpool 1 - Ipswich 4.  Our match review. 
1:16:00
October 10, 2020
FNP 6 - Ipswich Town (h) with Blue Monday Podcast
Sam is joined by Craig from the Blue Moon Podcast to discuss Saturdays up and coming fixture against the Blues at Bloomfield Road. 
1:16:25
October 9, 2020
Blackpool 2 - Lincoln City 3
606 match review of BLACKPOOL 2 - LINCOLN CITY 3 (h), post match report.
1:01:24
October 3, 2020
FNP 5 - Lincoln City (h) with Scrafters
Blackpool FC Gazette writer Matt Scrafton joins Sam to preview Saturdays match against Lincoln City in this weeks Friday Night Preview (FNP) show. With Matt being a Lincoln fan, he is sure to bring some extra insight into what to expect from the Imps at Bloomfield Road.
1:20:11
October 2, 2020
Gillingham 2 - Blackpool 0
John will be joined by the panel and a group of listeners to review the Gillingham match.  Join the stream at 5:30 PM straight after the match to make your points on the game and get involved in our 606 match review show!
46:26
September 26, 2020
FNP 4 - Gillingham (a)
Sam was joined live in the virtual studio by  Gillingham fans group "Gills in the blood" and Tom Mayne to preview this Saturdays fixture away at the  Priestfield Stadium.  
1:05:52
September 26, 2020
#172 - The Armfield Club with Higgi
In this show, we are joined by musical maestro and now supporters club impresario, Andy Higgins, who is going to tell us all about the new Armfield supporters club.   And we are also going to catch up on all the latest 'Pool news since the last pod.
1:14:15
September 24, 2020
Blackpool 2 - Swindon Town 0
This evening we discuss Blackpool's 2-0 home win over newly promoted Swindon Town.  Let us know your thoughts on the game as the Seasiders pick up their first three points under Neil Critchley.
58:42
September 19, 2020
FNP 3 - Swindon Town (h)
Sam is joined by show patron, Tom Mayne to preview this Saturdays opening home fixture against Swindon Town, whilst John gets the thoughts of Rich Pullen from the Loathed Stranger, a Swindon Town fans podcast.
1:19:17
September 19, 2020
Plymouth Argyle 1 - Blackpool 0
John, Sam, Tim and special guest and long time friend and supporter of the pod, Jeff Hembury,  joins us from the US and A to discuss Blackpool's opening day defeat away at Plymouth in the 2020/21 League One season curtain raiser. 
37:53
September 12, 2020
FNP #2 - Plymouth Argyle (a)
Join Sam Fielding as he previews Blackpool's opening day League One fixture of the 2020/21 season away at Plymouth Argyle this Saturday (12th September 2020).
48:32
September 12, 2020
#171 - League one 1-24 predictions
Its Wednesday the 9th of September 2020.  In todays show we a) Catch up on the latest news since the last pod including transfers and match results b) Make predictions for the finishing position of each club in league one for the upcoming season and c) are pleased to announce, that Joe Atherton is alive & well! Results Barrow 0-0 Liverpool 7-2 News: Club today announces an additional  Nuttall joins Northampton on season long loan Yussuf joins Wrexham on season long loan Ben Garrity out to Oldham Daniel Kemp in from West Ham Alex Fojticek and MJ Williams sign from Man Utd and Rochdale Bez Lubala signed from Crawley Town. 22yrs old, scored 13 goals last season.  Blackpool Bring In Demetri Mitchell New Away Kit launched Last season’s transfer policy: Only Kaikai and (soon to depart) Devitt remain from 8 signings Feature Item 1-24 Predictions
1:11:57
September 11, 2020
FNP1 - Liverpool away
It’s Friday 4th September 2020, and this is the first every Friday Night Preview Show live on the Seasiders Podcast. In tonight’s show we will be looking ahead to Blackpool’s pre-season friendly away at the Premier League Champions, Liverpool. We’ll also be stepping back in time when the sides last met, with Blackpoool famously beat the Anfield giants both home and away. And finally, we will be speaking to lifelong Liverpool fan, Kevin Brookman - who will be giving us his thoughts from a Liverpool fan perspective.
43:13
September 5, 2020
#170 - Paid the penalty at Stoke
John, Tim and Nick delivery a quick summary of todays season opener as Stoke beat Blackpool 5-4 on penalties in the first round of the Carabao Cup.
13:35
August 29, 2020
#169 - Season run up
It’s Friday 21st August 2020, in today's show we catch up on all the news since last pod including the release of the fixtures, seasons tickets, pre-season season fixtures and everything else. Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/seasiderspod  Follow us on Twitter https://www.twitter/seasiderspod  Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/seasiderspo  Subscribe to our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/SeasiderspodcastCoUk Show notes Fixtures are out: Plymouth away first game Switch to Sams graphic Any games we are looking forward to Beat Barrow 2-1 having already beaten Port Vale and Southport in other pre-season games Play match highlights Play Critchley interview Also beat Southport last Saturday with dubious camera work to say the least Strength of the squad, go through the positions and comment Everton streaming live tomorrow, £6. Some people moaning about the price! Stoke away in round one of Carabao cup First time played ‘em since 2010 On Sat 29th August EFL trophy draw - Leeds U21, Accy, Barrow Supporters club Callum MacDonald gone on loan to Tranmere (talked about) Season Ticket early bird has finished. Around 3000 sold with cap at 4000 Speculate as to why its being capped Rumoured to be ater Beni Baningime, central midfielder from Everton.
54:30
August 23, 2020
#168 - Signings galore
In today's show we are catching up on all the club news since the last pod including a raft of incoming and outgoing players, the new kit, season tickets going on sale, changes to the academy setup and not to be outdone, the Seasiders Podcast also announces a new signing to its team!astast Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/seasiderspod Follow us on Twitter https://www.twitter/seasiderspod Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/seasiderspo Subscribe to our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/SeasiderspodcastCoUk
1:22:27
August 14, 2020
#167 - The lowdown on Ethan Robson
I’m speaking to James Findlater who is the Grimsby Town football writer for ‘Grimsby Live’.  James is going to be telling us about what to expect from Blackpool’s new signing Ethan Robson and also give us a snapshot of life at Grimsby under former ‘Pool supremo Ian Holloway. Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/seasiderspod Follow us on Twitter https://www.twitter/seasiderspod Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/seasiderspod Subscribe to our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/SeasiderspodcastCoUk
27:42
August 12, 2020
#166 - The lowdown on CJ Hamilton
It’s Thursday 23rd July and in this show I’m speaking to Craig Priest from the Mansfield Town fans podcast “Mansfield Matters” about Blackpool’s new signing CJ Hamilton and few bits about the mutual connections between us and the Stags About Craig, Mansfield Town and Mansfield Matters Craig, tell us about your podcast and a bit about yourself. So you finished in 21st place in League two on 38 points, I guess you’ve had better seasons? You dropped out of the league after the 07-08 season and spent SIX seasons in the conference eventually returning to the football league after winning the title in 2012-13.  What was it like playing in the conference and how tough a league is it to get out of? Notable ex players who’ve played for both include Gordon Owen, Neal Bishop and the most well known is probably Alex Baptiste. Baps played for you between 2002-2008 with 198 appearances in all competitions, so, is he a bit of a club legend considering he was also a local boy done-good, all the way to the Premier League? Blackpool have signed winger CJ Hamilton from Mansfield Town on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee. The 25-year-old scored three goals in 41 games for the Stags in all competitions last season. He began his career at Sheffield United but left without playing a game and joined Mansfield in 2016 before going on to make 173 appearances. --- What was your initial reaction when you first found out he had been sold? Could you elaborate on his best position and what can we expect from him? How integral was he to your squad and how much will he be missed? Will you be sad to see him go? What is his temperament like? How do you think he’ll fit in under Neil Critchley's system at Blackpool playing ‘The Liverpool way’? How do you think he will get on at Blackpool? Do you think he has the potential to play at the higher grade?
30:45
July 27, 2020
#165 - The lowdown on Marvin Ekpiteta
I'm speaking to Paul Levy from the Leyton Orient FC fans podcast “Orient Outlook” about Blackpool's new signing Marvin Ekpiteta. So just to kick off, its good to see how are things at Leyton Orient now following the Francesco Becchetti fallout? Have I pronounced Marvin's name correctly? Marvin joined you from East Thurrock United and went on to play 74 games, scoring 6 goals and looks like he became regular player in your team.  Is that a fair assumption? Could you elaborate on his best position and what can we expect from him? How integral was he to your squad and how much will he be missed? Will you be sad to see him go? What is his temperament like? How do you think he’ll fit in under Neil Critchley at Blackpool playing ‘’The Liverpool way’.
24:03
July 20, 2020
#164 - The lowdown on Keshi Anderson and Jerry Yates
I’m speaking to Rich Pullen from the Swindon Town podcast “The Loathed Stranger” who’s going to give us the low-down and what to expect out of Blackpool’s new signing Keshi Anderson First off, congratulations on your promotion and league title and we’ll be seeing you next season! Tell us about the name of your pod, whats the story? How does it feel to get promoted on these terms and does it take the gloss off it considering you’ve been top for five months?! I believe you are having a virtual open bus tour to celebrate? You are managed by former Blackpool midfield maestro, Richie Wellens?  Obviouslly its a very successful brand of football but what style is it? How do you think you’ll do next season and which players Now onto Keshi Anderson Described as an “exciting, attack-minded player” - could elaborate on his best position and what can we expect from him? Hes played exactly 100 games scoring 15 goals, so not an out and out striker then? Was he an integral part of your side last season and will he be missed? How do you think he’ll fit in under Neil Critchley at Blackpool?  ‘The Liverpool way’. Do you think he has the ability to player at the upper leves of the football pyramid? Says on Wiki that Anderson declined the new contract offer and took to social media to announce that he was leaving the club upon the expiry of his contract.  How did that go down? Finally, Richie Wellens has been quoted today saying that another club has bid for Jerry Yates and its rumoured to be us.  14 goals in 31 appearances for you is a decent return. Can you tell us a bit about him?
37:27
July 16, 2020
#163 – Happy anniversary
Club statement on season ticket/ticket refunds The stark reality is that if every season ticket holder and seasonal corporate were to take up the option of a refund, then the ultimate financial cost to the Club could be in excess of £325,000. Despite the lack of any visibility regarding next season, as you have seen from the recent announcements, the Club has continued to press ahead with implementing its plans for a bright, tangerine future. Over the forthcoming weeks, the Club will continue to invest towards its long term aim of improving the Club’s infrastructure and its more immediate target of promotion to the Championship. In terms of compensating supporters, the Club is proposing the following options: Season ticket holders can leave the cost of the 2019/20 season ticket in the Club, which will greatly help mitigate the costs of the Covid-19 pandemic and support plans for the 2020/21 promotion push by emailing option1@blackpoolfc.co.ukSupporters can donate the five tickets connected to the cancelled matches to the NHS, Emergency Service Personnel and Key Workers to say thank you by emailing option2@blackpoolfc.co.ukSupporters can also donate the five tickets connected to the cancelled matches for initiatives in local schools, football clubs and youth groups to generate an even better atmosphere in Bloomfield Road and to develop the next generation of Seasiders by emailing option3@blackpoolfc.co.ukA pro-rata credit towards a 2020/21 Season Ticket by emailing option4@blackpoolfc.co.ukA pro-rata refund for the cancelled home league games by emailing option5@blackpoolfc.co.uk Review of Simon Sadlers first year anniversary Retained list announced on the 12th June The Club has offered new deals to Chris Maxwell, Ollie Turton and Club Captain Jay Spearing.  The Club can reveal that it made a significant contract offer to Armand Gnanduillet earlier in the season, which he respectfully declined. Contract option exercised/triggered on:  Liam Feeney Michael Nottingham New contracts offered to:  Chris Maxwell Jay Spearing Ollie Turton Players leaving the Club:  Myles Boney Yusifu Ceesay Armand Gnanduillet Sean Graham Mark Howard Chris Mafoumbi Sean Scannell Owen Watkinson Already under contract for the 20/21 season: Nathan Delfouneso Jamie Devitt Ryan Edwards Ben Garrity Ryan Hardie Teddy Howe James Husband Sullay Kaikai Calum MacDonald Gary Madine Joe Nuttall Nathan Shaw Jack Sims Jordan Thorniley Matty Virtue Grant Ward Adi Yussuf Loan players returning to parent clubs:  Jak Alnwick (Rangers) Marc Bola (Middlesbrough) Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall (Leicester City) Ben Heneghan (Sheffield United) Taylor Moore (Bristol City) Connor Ronan (Wolves) Best ever 11 We begin our quest to name our best ever Blackpool FC eleven, starting with the GK position.  I asked for nominations on Twitter and here are the responses. Morning all! So we’re starting our “Best Ever BFC 11” feature on the pod tonight, starting with the GOAL KEEPER position. Leave us your nominations below 👇🏻— John Aspinall (@SeasidersPod) June 23, 2020 Mike Garrity Appointed Assistant Head Coach Blackpool Football Club is delighted to announce the appointment of Mike Garrity to the role of Assistant Head Coach with effect from 1 July. A highly qualified and respected football coach, Garrity reunites with Neil Critchley at Bloomfield Road, whom he worked alongside at Liverpool Football Club. Garrity spent 13 years working within the Academy at Liverpool and helped oversee the development of 19 players who went on to make first-team debuts for the Reds during a four-year period as Lead Development Phase Coach. More recently, he has broadened his coaching experiences out in Norway with Molde and by working in China for the Chinese Football Association. Club Completes Design and
1:06:52
June 28, 2020
#162 – As you were
It’s Tuesday 9th June 2020, in todays show we discuss the end of the league one season as the EFL finally get round to making a decision, we pick our worst ever manager for the worst ever 11 and we run the rule over next seasons squad now theres a bit more certainty….if it ever happens! It’s Tuesday 9th June 2020, in today’s show we discuss the end of the league one season as the EFL finally get round to making a decision, we pick our worst ever manager for the worst ever 11 and we run the rule over next seasons squad now theres a bit more certainty….if it ever happens! League one ending meeting https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52836189 Worst XI manager Planning on recording a new pod soon and rememered we havent named a manager! See leave your suggestions below and we shall debate and pick the leader of this"team of the damned"! My vote is for….Paul Ince. Convereted a great squad into absolute dross. pic.twitter.com/Yi2asTjJwD— John Aspinall (@SeasidersPod) June 4, 2020 NEWS Club buys modular building for Squires Gatewww.blackpoolfc.co.uk/news/2020/june/club-completes-design-and-purchase-of-new-modular-building-for-squires-gate/Pool linked with move for Rotherham Striker Jerry Yates. Scored 13 in 25 on loan at Swindon earlier this season Phil Horner goneWhat next for the current squad?  Release/Retain/Re-Sign: Out of contract: Chris Maxwell  Mark Howard Christoffer Mafoumbi  Myles Boney Jack Sims  Ollie Turton  Michael Nottingham  Jay Spearing  Liam Feeney  Sean Scannell  Armand Gnanduillet  Loans End: Jak Alnwick  Ben Heneghan  Marc Bola  Taylor Moore  Connor Ronan  Keirnan Dewsbury-Hall  Contracted for next season: Ryan Edwards  James Husband  Jordan Thorniley  Calum MacDonald  Teddy Howe  Ben Garrity  Nathan Shaw  Matty Virtue  Grant Ward  Jamie Devitt  Sullay Kiakia  Gary Madine  Ryan Hardie  Nathan Delfouneso Joe Nuttall  Adi Yussuf 
1:19:41
June 11, 2020
#161 – Wembley 2010 rewind
This was a recording of quick chat we had with a selection of fans after watching the Wembley 2010 play off final win against Cardiff. We are all half-cut and Tim gets quite uncharacteristically sweary which makes for great listening!
32:44
May 24, 2020
#160 – The future of football?
Its Sunday 17th May 2020, in today’s lockdown special show we virtually discuss the future of the leagues in England and how well Blackpool might be positioned to weather COVID-19 storm, we reflect on 2010 Wembley play-off final against Cardiff as unbelievably, the tenth anniversary of the match is this coming Friday… unt ze Bundesliga is back, yah? 1 – The future of the leagues In a nutshell, the situation at present: The National League decided to end its three divisions immediately on 22 April but was waiting on the EFL to announce an outcome before deciding on promotion and relegation.League Two’s season has been brought to an early conclusion following discussions between clubs and the English Football League on Friday (14th May).Although it is understood some League Two sides wanted to use a weighted points-per-game system to finalise the table, the EFL has confirmed an unweighted points-per-game system was agreed upon.Both of those methods would have seen Stevenage stay bottom – yet clubs have also requested that relegation from the fourth tier is removed this season.“Clubs asked for consideration to be given to suspending relegation to the National League for 2019-20 as a result of circumstances created where fixtures cannot be completed,” said the EFL in a statement.“No commitments were made in this respect and the board will now consider the implications of the division’s preferred approach at their next meeting.”Any move still needs to be ratified by the EFL and Football Association.But League One sides face further talks after failing to come to an agreement.Six third-tier clubs had said prior to the meeting that they were determined to complete their remaining fixtures – and are now set to meet again on Monday in an attempt to find a resolution. Talking points So from the above, it seems like the clubs are leading the decision making process, which seems a bit weird to me.  Surely decisions need to be made by the governing bodies?Read Richard Watt 2 – Blackpool FC is facing severe financial losses as a result of football’s shutdown but is well-placed to come through the crisis. That’s the view of chief executive Ben Mansford, who says the club is most fortunate to have the backing of owner Simon Sadler. However, he said the severity of the situation could force clubs out of business. Bloomfield Road has not opened its doors to spectators since March 10. The club still has nine outstanding fixtures in a League One season scheduled to end a fortnight ago – five of those games at home. Asked how that loss of match income was affecting the club, Mansford said: “Clubs in the EFL are certainly more dependent on matchday revenue, especially in League One and League Two. “We lost probably our most lucrative game of the season against Sunderland 24 hours before it was due to take place (on March 14). “Also, the club were particularly affected by games against local teams that were scheduled for Saturdays being rearranged for midweek. “All clubs are really struggling without that income and it does create a big financial hole. “That lack of income is a real problem for football clubs and businesses in general right now. “The true nature of the impact will be more definable when we know more about when and how football will return in League One.” However, Mansford believes the backing of Blackpool-born businessman Sadler will spare the Seasiders the “dire consequences” possibly facing some clubs. He added: “We are very fortunate to have a very supportive owner in Simon Sadler, although the magnitude of loss that the club is facing is severe. “We will face some tough decisions, like all clubs and businesses, but some clubs could face dire consequences and potentially go out of business. “We believe we are in a good position to come through this period in a stable state.” TALKING POINT
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May 19, 2020
#159 – Gary-Taylor Fletcher (part 3)
It’s Wednesday 8th April, in the third and final part of my interview with Gary Taylor-Fletcher, we disucss the Premier League relegation fall-out, the defeat to West Ham in the Championship play-off final, the rest of GTF’s time in tangerine and his subsequent career after leaving Bloomfield Road. GTF in 2013 2011/12 What happened closed season with the contracts for everyone?  Key players Adam, Vaughan and DJ all gone.  All replaced with cheap crap.Kevin Phillips and Barry Ferguson aside, we did very poor business again.  Tom Ince the only real bright spot.  Started on fire, 1-0 win at Hull with a sublime goal from yourselfWest Ham defeat in the play offs. Gutting at the time but probably for the greater good. 2012/13 Panning Milwall, Ipswich and Leeds at home.Almost got relegated, survived last day at BoltonCrainey and GTF both left following derisory offers from KO 2013/14 Left on 23rd October, released by Paul IncePromoted as Champions with Leicester but unfortunately ommited from the PL squad Fans questions Mick BeardallWho was the best player you played with in the Blackpool shirtDan HopwoodWho did you most enjoy playing with during your time in tangerine?Ray GregsonDo you think that if we had signed Shay Given when Matt Giles was injured we would have survived. (NB I asked Evo this question at the Layton Institute and he said yes!)Tom JohnsonIs it true that Ian Evatt stormed off the training pitch during Salheddine Sbai’s first session following his signingAlan DuckworthWhat is the strangest story you can tell us about the OystonsMarkus MackayYou will forever be the first man to score for Bpool in the PL. How does that feel?Sam freedmanFavourite takeaway curry or Chinese?Matt SmithWhat’s your best moment of your time at Blackpool?MikeI’d be interested to know what he thinks about what it would have taken to keep us in the prem, and which players he thought we should have targeted when we needed itRobin jonesWhen you where at Bangor city as assistant whould that team that finished second to tns . In your opinion would that team challenge tns that following session.Derek YarwoodIn the first televised game after relegation from the Prem away at Hull, what was the mood really like. Did the squad and Olly believe we would do it again???WoodyWho would win a royal rumble if all the play off winning squad were entered ? What would be your walk out music ? 😂Matt SmithWhat’s the one change you would make to football whether it be a rule or a change in how football is run?Gary FordI was gutted when you left. If you were fit for West Spam game we would of won.What actually happen with your contract I take it Numpty offered you a new crap contract?Jordan SpeirsWhat would you say was the biggest regret in the premier league season from your viewRob BakerWhat’s your opinion on the Oystons and do you feel any resentment towards them for the way they managed the club?Fans questions to GTF
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April 20, 2020
#158 – Gary-Taylor Fletcher (part 2)
It’s Tuesday 7th April 2020, in part two of my interview with Gary Taylor-Fletcher, he remincies about the 2010 play-off final against Cardiff, our season in the Premier League inlcuding the gut wrenching final day relegation at Old Trafford and GTF’s subsequent argument with Ollie over the contents of a burger van! GTF scroing at Old Trafford 2010 Championship play-off final  What was the journey down to London like?  Did you stay in a nice hotel or was it a cheap and nasty B&B?!Pre match atmoshpere in the dressing room and what was Ian Holloways team talk like?What was it to like to walk and see that wall of tangerine – and play at 106f1st HALFTalk us through the first half and what it was like to play in. Chopra (wanker just goaded our fans when he scored)Adam Ledley GTF – (hit the post just before the corner as well) Brett2nd HALFOnly things I remember were Chopra hitting the post and BBB running in treacle when clean through You got injured, what was the injuryEmotions at full time and was the mood and Ollie like in the dressing room after the game.Did any of the Oystons come the dressing room?What did you all do after the match? 2010/11 – Premier League Build up First season in the top flight since 1971 The bonus debacle in the run up to the start of the seasonThe none payment of Charlie’s survival bonus and subsquent court case.  How did the two above events affect the dressing room morale?What were your thoughts on the none signing of Dobbie and DJ even though, DJ eventually signed four games in.Thoughts on the extremley late business in the transfer market. Incredibly, 81 days had passed until we made our first signing since winning the play off final.  Do you think the squad was suitably reinforced for survival in the PL? Season Wigan away 4-0 and top of the PL – should have been more!   Put us top of the top division for the first time since 57/58 seasonBrought back down to earth with 6-0 drubbing at ArsenalMatt Phillips, Luke Varney, DJ campbel, David Carney and Kingson all arived.  Phillips and Varney making the biggest impact.Big 2-0 win away at Newcastle put us fourth and second win in four games.  Flying. Dicked 4-0 at Chelsea by half time!Beating Liverpool 1-2 – what a memoryLost 2-3 at home to City – you scored at the deathFirst home win, 2-1 against WBA when they were down to 9 men!  Charlie pen and VarneyAston Villa away – squad drop – what did you think of that? Wolves 2-1 – Varney worldie – Prince William – My H/T pen 😉1-0 win away at StokeThree games called off due to frozen pitch – do you think this effected things?2-0 win at Sunderland.  Scabby but put us on 28 points0-1 at City on NYD.  Played really well2-1 home  to Liverpool2-3 at home to United.  Robbed by none penalty by Peter WaltonClub fined 25K for fielding a weakened sideAndy Reid, Beattie, Puncheon and Kornilenko only incoming players in the window3-5 defat at EvertonCharlie refused his move to Liverpool by KO.  What did everyone think of that and did it have a negative effect on the Charlie and the dressing room3-1 defeat of Spurs at home.  2-2 draw at Blackburn.  Kingsons magic moments!0-3 at home to Wigan.  Writing on the wall after that – dropped into relegation zone for the first time.1-1 at Spurs and the double penalty4-3 at home to Bolton.  What a game.4-2 away at United.  Charlie free kick equalising after Park Ji-sung opener and then THAT goal from you.  What did it feel like when that went in?What was the mood like in the dressing room after the match?You had your option activated on your contract – were the wages the same? You finihsed the season with 32 appearances and 6 goals.  On a personal level – it was a successful season?A few crappy pizzas pro
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April 18, 2020
#157 – Gary-Taylor Fletcher (part 1)
It’s Monday 6th April 2020, in today’s show I speak to a man who’s played and scored in each of the top five divisions of English football, he scored Blackpool’s first and last goals of our Premier League season, he bagged the 500,000th goal in the football league and most importantly, he set the now hot trend for double-barrelled surnames in professional football….its an interview with seaside legend Gary Taylor-Fletcher!  GTF in the 2009/10 season He’s scored and played in each of the top five divisions of English footballHe scored one of the goals at Wembley in 2010 to take Blackpool into the Premier LeagueHe scored Blackpool’s first and last goals of the Premier League seasonHe scored the 500,000 goal in the football leagueand most importantly, he was one of the founding fathers of the current hot trend in footballers double barrelled surnames……it’s GTF, Gary Taylor-Fletcher Pre-Blackpool Tell us about how you made it into professional football and did you always want to be a footballer?You spent a lot of time moving around clubs between 2001 and 2003 with loan spells at various clubs (majority down in London area) until settling and establishing yourself at Lincoln City.  At Lincoln your goal ratio was over 1 in 3 with 31 appearances in 91 games.  Is it fair to say that’s were you ‘made your nam’e and how much of an influence was the late Keith Alexander on your career? mention 2005 play off final defeat to Southend – what stadium was it at and the score? You joined Huddersfield in 2005 – how did that move come about and were you pleased with the move?  Gets you a bit nearer to home I guess!Apparently you were used a right-winger in 2006 season and you scored the majority of the teams goals from that position?!  Prey tell!At Huddersfield you scored a 25 yarder against Rotherham which was the 500,000 goal in the history of the football league.  Did you know about that and are you bothered?! You scored 26 goals in 82 games for Huddersfield which then lead to join the Seasiders in 2007 – can you tell us how the move came about and did you have any apprehensions in joining us given the reputation of the Oystons in the footballing circles?  Blackpool 2007/08 You were signed by Simon Grayson and were an almost ever present the 2007/08 season racking up 42 appearances and notching six goals in your first season in tangerine.  What were your initial impressions of the club both before and after you signed.You made your debut in the Championship in the club’s first league match of the 2007–08 season, a 1–0 win over Leicester City at the Walkers Stadium on 11 August 2007.  What were your memories of that game and were you aware of the gravity of the match for Blackpool fans as it was the first time we’d be in the top tier since 1979! What were your stand out memories of the first season What are you memories of the famous one-nil at Deepdale this season and THAT penalty?  Were you aware of how much the Preston matches meant to our supporters and how big that win was for us given we havent played them in such a long time?We finished 19th that season and narrowly avoided relegation – what your thoughts on that season, the club and how we might fare the following season?  2008/09 In the 2008-09 season we faired better finishing 16th despite Simon Grayson pissing off to Leeds on the 23rd December leaving the club high and dry.  What did the players think of the timing of the depature and how much of influence was Tony Parkes in steadying the ship?Ahead of the first derby of the 2008–09 season at Bloomfield Road on 15 November 2008, which Preston won 3–1, Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston said: “As chairman I get excited. It’s difficult not to. I feel like telling the manager to feed the players on raw meat all week. I absolutely understand the rivalry,
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April 17, 2020
#156 – Not a virus more
It’s Wednesday the 1st April, in todays show we review Neil Critchleys first two games in charge with the nil-nil draw at Fleetwood and one-two home reverse to Tranmere. We also perform a “keep or dump” review of all the potentially outgoing players at the end of the season, debate and decide the two centre forward berths as we conculde the team for the worst ever eleven and we muse over what we’re all missing about not be able to go to ‘Pool matches cause of this bloody virus. Last match reviews Fleetwood 0 – Blackpool 0  Neil Critchley’s reign as Blackpool manager began with a goalless draw away to Fylde coast neighbours Fleetwood, whose unbeaten run extended to 11 games. Blackpool dominated the first period and Matty Virtue twice went close in the early stages, seeing an effort well saved by Alex Cairns and then driving a shot just off target.  Fleetwood improved after the restart and Paddy Madden headed Lewie Coyle’s smart cross narrowly wide. Fans comments Tony Fretwell17 – Matty VirtueBut of a non event given the hype. Sat in the main stand with Cods I was taken at all the petty nasty comments about Blackpool. Bit embarrassing from them really. On the pitch was promising from us but ultimately no real threat on their goal. But defending seems to have definitely improvedBrian32 – Chris Maxwell.Lee McLeod42 – Taylor MooreA great taste of what’s to come, pressing, chasing down opposition and a general work hard philosophy. 2nd half ran out of steam but it will come. Draw fair result.Sam freedman17 – Matty VirtueReally impressed in the first half on how we controlled the game, virtue stepped up and took the lead in the middle And dictating play . we were toothless up top, delfonso is just NOT A striker. by half time fleetwood saw that we couldn’t score and came back in the second half and a draw was probably a fair result, on a side note happy to see turton left out we looked much better at the back with 3 centre backs.Mark MacKay42 – Taylor MooreAs a recent podcast listener, apologies, I made the point to Tim pre-match that I couldn’t believe neither Andy Welsh nor David Ferguson got mentioned in the worst XI Blackpool 1 – Tranmere 2 Ferrier headed neatly into the corner as he rose to meet Calum Woods’ cross on 37 mins. In added time, James Vaughan side-footed home from 15 yards after meeting Ferrier’s pass. Blackpool halved the deficit just before the hour mark when Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall smashed home from 25 yards. Within a minute it was almost 2-2, but Davies palmed Ronan’s shot from even further out onto the post. Liam Feeney missed two good chances to equalise for Blackpool late on. Fans Comments Tony Fretwell35 – Keiran Dewsbury-HallI’ll be honest, I know there was lots of complaining we lost but the second half was as entertaining and exciting as any part of the season to date. Really bodes well for meLee McLeod35 – Keiran Dewsbury-HallFirst half we allowed ourselves to be bullied by their front two. 2nd half was probably the best half I’ve seen in some time. Our 2 young midfielders are running the show and the quality oozes from Ronan and KDH.Mark Mackay40 – Connor RonanI’m concerned that 4 of our starting XI are loans you’d have to assume will return to their parent clubs on season completion. Elicit debate… Keep or Dump We go through the list of players who are potenitally leaving at the end of the season due to their contracts or loan deals expiring,  Worst ever XI  As we close out this section, we finally decide on the worst eleven Blackpool XI as we pick the worst ever two strikers from our shortlist of ten. Nigel Hawkins Chris Malkin – NS TF MS JATony Diamond – NS MSJames Beattie Richie Bond Michael Chopra – TF JANile Ranger Daniel Bogdanović
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April 4, 2020
#155 – Neil Critchley’s Tangerine Army
It’s Monday the 2nd March 2020.  In today’s show we are joined by Josh Sexton from the Anfield Wrap (a Liverpool fans podcast) who is going to give us the low-down on Neil Critchley, as Blackpool appoint the Liverpool U23 manager as their new ‘head coach’.  We also review Saturday’s dramatic two-one victory over Ipswich at Bloomfield Road and we draw up the shortlist for the two centre-forward berths in the ‘Worst Ever 11’. Neil Critchley is the new Blackpool ‘head coach’ We are joined on the line by Josh Sexton who covers the Liverpool acadmey side for the Anfield Wrap. Questions from the fans: Graham Clayton – Aside from player development, how do you think Neil will adapt to the pressures of needing results on the pitch week-in-week-out?Tommy Wilson – Which academy players could he realistically see being loaned to us next season?John Ford – Not to do with BFC, but I’d like to know his view on Harry Wilson. Does he think he has a future at LFCJohn Ford – The Seasiders Podcast has just done a “worst 11” feature. I’ve seen a similar feature on LFC recently and Pool legends Paul Stewart and Charlie Adam were mentioned! What’s their view on these 2 ex BFC players?Al Rayyis – What is Critchley’s preferred formation and style of play? Is it based on Klopp’s philosophy or do you think he will implement his own style at Blackpool?Colin MCGilbert – NC is a ‘nice guy’ so does he need a ‘bad cop’ on the staff? From us: Do you think its a big step up from U23 management and do you think he’ll be a success at Blackpool Interview with NC on You Tube Last match reviews Blackpool 2 – Ipswich 1 A report of our day in the box courtesy of Tim and his solicitors firm Barker, Booth and Eastwood.Met the ref in the foyer before!The random Hong Kong looking guy taking picures on the balcony.Bloomfield Bear coming in the boxMeeting and interviewing Tony Green afterwards and Danny Coid also.Great goal from KDH to put us one upMadine missed another sitter in the first halfSoft equaliser for Ipswich, poor defending from ‘Pool, their goal had a feeling of inevitability about itA string of great saves from Maxwell in both halvesDunn booed for not bringing Madine off, not for bringing Nuttall on to replace Ronan.Absolute scenes when Joe Nuttall bagged the winner! Worst ever XI Drawing up a shortlist of ten for the two centre forward berths in the worst ever 11.  Shortlist being formed from Twitter responses here: https://twitter.com/SeasidersPod/status/1233496661432971264 We are then going to have a livestream with the fanbase on Friday evening at 8PM on our YouTube channel to pick the ‘winners’ were we invite the fanbase to have their say! Nicks news None this week apart from the managerial situation Next match preview Fleetwood away
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March 3, 2020
#154 – Bolton’s Ronan Beating
It’s Wednesday the 26th February 2020.  In today’s show, Patreon supporter Rob Walker joins us to catch up on all the matches since the last pod including last nights dramatic win over Bolton, we muse the gossip on the vacant managerial position and eventually get to pick the right-midfield spot in the worst ever eleven. Thanks for the genius show name provided by AndyP161 and to everyone else for their great show name suggestions! Thanks to new Patrons Rob WalkerJordan SeddonMichael SwiftDave WhitesideAndy PorterJordan HayesRichard WattJoe RussellMG WhittardNathan Cowburn Guest interview – Rob Walker notes coming Last match reviews Bristol Rovers 2 – Blackpool 1 Madine put us one up early doorsBen Heneghan red carded for stupid two footed tackle.Yet another wordly for the opposition on 73 mins84th minute winner via a delectionNathan Delfouneso failed to beat Rovers keeper Jamal Blackman one-on-one.Rovers had’nt won in FOURTEEN matches prior to thisNow five months without an away win Wimbledon 0 – Blackpool 0 Dons winless in sevenI didnt bother watching it. Stand out moment the howler of a miss from the Fonz and a sitter from Taylor-Moore blazed overFirst clean sheet in god know how long Blackpool 2 – Bolton 1 Fans Feedback on the Bolton match Worst ever XI Discussing and picking from the shortlist for the right-midfield position.  Tweet replies here: https://twitter.com/SeasidersPod/status/1227282042766815232 And the winner of the right-midfield birth is Paul Dalglish! The team as it now stands looks like this: Nicks news Robbies latest blog Ben Mansford Update on the training ground.Armand Gnanduillet – The Addicks came in for him again in January but the Seasiders made it clear they had no intention of selling unless a bid came in that was too good to turn down.  The club has since approached Gnanduillet’s representatives to discuss a new contract but that looks unlikely at this current moment in time.Karl Robinson, Brian Barry-Murphy and Simon Rusk – linked to the managerial position. Rusk is Brighton U23 Coach, holds UEFA Pro License Peterbourough (a) on Sky.  Sunday 29th March with a 3:30pm kick offMike Davies interview incomingTim’s Triumvirate Twitter Timism!!! Next match preview Ipswich Town at home on Saturday 29th
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February 28, 2020
#153 – Shut that door
It’s Wednesday 12th February, in today's show, the pod praises the lord at the news that Simon Grayson has thankfully been given the boot from the managerial hot seat at Bloomfield Road. We are joined by fans Joe Atherton and Ashley Knowles to discuss the managerial situation, and we also run the rule over the last two dire performances against Southend and Gillingham.
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February 13, 2020
#152 – ‘Orrible at Oxford
It’s Wednesday 5th February, in today's show we will no-doubt moan about yet another defeat, this time away at Oxfordon Satuday , we discuss the options for and pick the left-midfield postion for the worst ever XI and we run the rule over yet more transfer in and outs as the January window slams shut.
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February 6, 2020
#151 – Woeful at Wycombe
It’s Wednesday 29th January in today's should we discuss yesterdays shambles of a defeat at Wycombe, a similar tale at Lincoln the previous weekend, the glut of transfer activity as at least one Simon is delivering the goods, and we discuss the centre-mid position in our “Worst ever XI”
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January 30, 2020
#150 – Rubbish against Reading
It’s Thursday 16th January and in today’s show, Joe & Tim join us to discuss Tuesday nights lame FA Cup exit against Reading, Tim regales us with his ‘Thelma & Lousie’ road trip to Reading, we go through the glut of transfer news as the transfer window heats up and WE pick the worst ever centre halves.
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January 17, 2020
#149 – New year, New York, new defeat
Tim and I fired up the new lav mics and recorded our thoughts in the car on the way home from the two-one defeat at Rotherham on New Years Day.
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January 2, 2020
#148 – Christmas turkeys
It's Monday the 30th December 2019, in this final show of the decade, we discuss Blackpool’s alarming dip in form over the festive period, the results of the vote for the worst ever left-back, the candidates for the centre-half slots and we give our highlights and lowlights of the 2010s as the decade comes to end.
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December 31, 2019
#147 – Larry makes a Virtuous point
We discuss the one all draw at Sunderland on Saturday, the aftermath of the previous Saturdays demolition of Fleetwood and we reveal the worst ever right back and also go over the candidates for the left position in the Worst Ever BFC XI “team of the damned!”
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December 18, 2019
#146 – Fleetwood review pubcast
Tim, moi and a couple of others joined us in the Corner Flag to discuss the easy three one-win over that thug-managed, pub side down the wrong end of the tram tracks.
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December 7, 2019
#145 – Stoned
In todays show, Joe Atherton joins us to review Sundays three-one home win against Maidstone in round two of the FA Cup. We also give our thoughts on the third round FA Cup draw, announce the goal keeer in our "Worst Ever XI" and address the right-back position in this nightmare team!
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December 4, 2019
#144 – Tractors & Dons
It's Monday the 25th November 2019. In todays show, Robbie Whittaker joins us to review Saturday two-all draw at Portman Road, we catch up last Saturdays two-nil win against Wimbledon and we kick off a new segment called "worst eleven".
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November 25, 2019
#143 – Its good to be home
Its Tuesday 12th November 2019, in todays show wel catch up on; the hat-trick of home wins since the last pod, the sad news that the last surving member of the 1953 cup winning side, Cyril Robinson has sadly passed away and Nick regails us with all the other Seaside stuff.
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November 13, 2019
#142 – The Posh Elk
In this feature show and third pubcast of the season, I was joined by my borther and sister in the Poulton Elk, to review the outstanding 4-3 win over the countries top scorers and league one big spenders, Peterbourough United.
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November 2, 2019
#140 – Not so merry against the Millers
It's Thursday 17th October 2019. In todays show we review Saturdays two-one home defeat to Rotherham, Wednesdays defeat to lowly Carlisle in the mickey mouse EFL trophy and we discuss the BST AGM before the match featuring BFC director Brett Gerity and Linton Brown. And thats about it!
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October 17, 2019
#141 – BST AGM 2019
In this feature show, I took the recorder down to the Bloomfield Club to capture the audio from the Blackpool Supporters Trust AGM on Saturday 12th October 2019. Speaking were Blackpool director Brett Gerrity and Lynton Brown, new head of commerical operations at BFC.
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October 12, 2019
#139 – Bored at Bolton
It's Wednesday the 9th October 2019. In todays show we discuss the turgid nil-nil draw at the Horwich Wanderers stadium on Monday night (and my epic journey to get there), we go through all the fans comments on the match and Nick updates us with the latest goings on at Bloomers.
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October 9, 2019
#138 – Lincoln Limp @ Rowleys
It's Sunday 29th September 2019. In this show, Tim and I are joined by Rob Gradwell (remember him?!) in Rowleys for a post match review of Fridays nights two one victory over Lincoln City under the floodnights at Bloomfield Road.
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September 29, 2019
#137 – We’ve got bottle
It's Thursday 25th September 2019. In todays show we catch up on all the matches since the last show including, Accy, Donny and MK Dons, we go through all the fans view on these games, Nick gives us the news and we have a new photo caption competition (that was shit!).
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September 25, 2019
#136 – Sent to Coventry
Its Thursday 12th September 2019 - in todays show we catch up on Coventry, Rochdale and Portsmouth matches, get the fans views on the season so far and review the latest "Nicks News" from the ever improving Bloomfield Road.
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September 12, 2019
#135 – Rooftop Podcast
Nick and I discuss the Oxford and Gillingham games whilst sat on the rooftop terrace of the Thatched in Poulton whilst awaiting the coach to Rochdale away.
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August 24, 2019
#134 – Happy Shopper Seasiders and the Macc Lads
It’s Thursday 15th August 2019, in today’s show we review Blackpool’s excellent 3-1 victory away at Southend last Saturday, the Carabao Cup penalties exit at the hands of Macclesfield Town on Tuesday night and we look forward to Saturday’s home clash with Oxford United with Liam Wakeford from the Oxford Podcast, The Fence End Pod... and we also have another special guest on the show, Poulton’s very own Ashley KnowleS AKA 'PoultonBus'
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August 16, 2019
#133 – Rovers Reviewed
It’s Monday 5th August 2019, in today’s show we are joined by Glen Kirkham who helps us review Blackpool’s fine two-nil season curtain raising victory against Bristol Rovers, the day itself and we catch up with some of your comments on the game.
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August 6, 2019
#132 – A New Era Begins
It’s Thursday 1st August 2019, in today's show we discuss the appointment of Simon Grayson as new Blackpool manager, the raft of new signings that have come through the door, we catch up on all the other news and give our thoughts on how we may fare into the forthcoming 2019/2020 season.
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August 2, 2019
#131 – Simon Sadler’s Tangerine Army
Its Friday the 14th June 2019 - in today's extra special show, we are joined by the first lady of Bloomfield, Her Royal Highness Christine of Seddon, advisor to the board....Mr Tim Fielding.....oh and Nick & Me......to discuss the news we’ve all be waiting nigh on FIVE years to hear....Blackpool Football are now in the hands of new owner!!!!
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June 15, 2019
#130 – Purdonkey & Posh
It's Monday 15th April, in todays show we have Blackpools very own Banksy, Rob "Purdonkey" Purdon to discuss his brilliant NAPM artwork collection, and we also review Saturdays defeat to Posh and the previous weeks commendable draw at table topping Luton Town.
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April 17, 2019
#129 – The state of play
Its Wednesday 3rd April 2019 - In todays show we discuss the Fans Forum, catch up on all the latest games and Tim gets us up to date with all the goings on at Bloomers from the boardroom.
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April 4, 2019
#128 – Blackpool are Back!
It's Monday the 11th March 2019 and in tonight's show we discuss the fans long awaited return to Bloomfield Road, the Southend and Accrington games, media reaction to Blackpool FC, the EFL (again!) and an exclusive Q&A session with newly appointed Board Member, HRH Tim Fielding for an insight into the current goings on in the boardroom at Blackpool Football Club....this is Seasiders Podcast episode 128....Blackpool are Back!
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March 12, 2019
#127 – Oyston’s Out!
Its Wednesday 27th February 2019.  In this the first podcast for over a year and the first for 2019 we discuss the phrase that has been eagerly anticipated on the lips of every none-mushroom Blackpool fan for the last 25 or so years....the Seasiders Podcast is BACK....oh I mean Oyston's OUT!
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February 28, 2019
#126 – If Carlsberg did weeks
We review the monumental ruling from the high court in London that the Oystons are forced to pay Valeri Belekon north of £33 MILLION as the
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November 10, 2017
#125 : Wemberleee, whatever
Blackpool get to Wembley during the 'troubles' and face Exeter in the Division two play off final. Listen to our emotions as we review where we watched the match and how we felt and we all boycotted the game to support the NAPM campaign against the Oystons.
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June 10, 2017