Sport Millwall manager Ian Holloway

Game looked to be heading for a stalemate until Wells popped up with a winner to condemn Lions to another loss

Blackpool confident of retaining Ian Holloway as manager

Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston insists that Ian Holloway will still be the club's manager next season.

'Holloway is manager of year... if Blackpool stay up'

Blackpool 0 Stoke City 0

Odds against them but Seasiders still buoyant

Blackpool 0 Stoke City 0: Blackpool's fate is in their own hands although tough away games loom

Holloway finds escape route in going back to basics

Blackpool 1 Newcastle United 1

Campbell finds slick flick tolift Blackpool draw comfort

Blackpool 1 Newcastle United 1: Newcastle take early lead but draw is enoughfor Tangerines to rise above relegation zone

Adam recovers to take on Newcastle

The Blackpool captain, Charlie Adam, will feature in tomorrow's match with Newcastle, manager Ian Holloway has confirmed.

Rodallega on mark as Wigan take revenge

Blackpool 1 Wigan Athletic 3: Blackpool heading in the wrong direction while Martinez's strugglers clamber out of bottom three

Martinez: Wigan being bottom has taken pressure off

Spaniard stays calm as he prepares for battle against relegation, starting at fellow strugglers Blackpool

Zamora on song as Holloway's men suffer bad day at Cottage

Fulham 3 Blackpool 0

Blackpool plan to implement Spanish tactics

Ian Holloway hopes to steer Blackpool clear of relegation - Spanish style.

Loleatta Holloway: Much-sampled disco diva who sued Black Box over their worldwide hit ‘Ride on Time’

In 1980, the American disco diva Loleatta Holloway topped the US dance charts with two Dan Hartman compositions, "Relight My Fire", latercovered by Take That with Lulu reprising her part, and most famously "Love Sensation", an infectious track which made the most of her formidable, gospel-flavoured vocals and has become one of the most sampled records of the last 30 years.

Holloway still joking but Kean is not laughing

Blackburn 2 Blackpool 2

We will fight and scrap, says Holloway

Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has insisted his players remain determined ahead of today's trip to Blackburn Rovers, despite a run of one win in nine matches.

Ian Holloway targets Blackpool win over Chelsea

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway believes his side can pull off another famous Bloomfield Road victory when they take on Chelsea tonight.

Wolves lift themselves out of the bottom three

Wolves 4 Blackpool 0
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