Sport Millwall manager Ian Holloway

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Ian Holloway predicts tough summer for Blackpool

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway is a firm believer in second-season syndrome and anticipates a stressful summer planning how to overcome it should his team beat the drop.

Ormerod earns plaudits from Holloway for his history-making display

Blackpool manager Ian Holloway hailed Brett Ormerod after the veteran striker made history with his goal in Tuesday's 3-1 victory over Tottenham. Ormerod became the first Blackpool player to score in all four divisions when he slotted home his side's third in their impressive triumph at Bloomfield Road.

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Holloway seeks Spanish lessons in survival

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Gerard Houllier moves to end spat with Ian Holloway

Aston Villa manager Gerard Houllier has drawn a line under his public spat with Blackpool counterpart Ian Holloway ahead of tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash at Bloomfield Road.

Holloway hopes for away day change of luck

Ian Holloway hopes a change of scenery can inspire a change in fortunes for his Blackpool side as they look to end a run of four successive defeats that has seen them slide towards the relegation battle.

Charlie Adam was Liverpool 'third choice' says Ian Holloway

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway has accused Liverpool of not wanting to sign Charlie Adam enough.

Charlie Adam will move eventually concede Blackpool

Blackpool manager Ian Holloway expects captain Charlie Adam to be as committed and professional as ever after the midfielder failed to secure a move from Bloomfield Road.

Blackpool standing firm over Adam

Blackpool manager Ian Holloway claims chairman Karl Oyston is refusing to answer calls from Liverpool regarding midfielder Charlie Adam.

Holloway offers resignation after Premier League fines Blackpool

Manager brands £25,000 penalty for fielding weakened side 'a joke' / West Ham confirm that Spurs striker Robbie Keane remains a target

Ian Holloway 'to offer resignation' over fine

Ian Holloway intends to offer his resignation as Blackpool manager after the club were fined for fielding an under-strength side earlier this season, according to a report.

Blackpool fined for fielding weakened team

Blackpool have been fined £25,000 by the Premier League for fielding an understrength side against Aston Villa last November.

Ian Holloway would receive percentage of Charlie Adam fee

Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston has dismissed revelations that manager Ian Holloway will receive a percentage of any transfer fee for captain Charlie Adam as "insignificant".

Holloway 'gobsmacked' by salaries on offer in the top flight

Ian Holloway claims it is only just beginning to dawn on him what an unequal fight his team face to stay in the Premier League.

Ian Holloway: 'Liverpool will need £16m if they want Adam'

The Blackpool manager, Ian Holloway, has suggested that Liverpool may need to part with £16m to secure the services of the midfielder Charlie Adam. Damien Comolli's telephone call on Sunday asking how much the club want for the player was the latest to be rebuffed.

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