With the announcement today that our new shirt will be in the shops for Friday the 13th (it’s set up for a delay) I’ve closed the poll on your thoughts on the new shirt.
From the 161 votes cast, 34% concluded it was “horrid”, 31% are disappointed but accept it, while 17% wanted a new design. 9 people didn’t care and 20 liked it, guess they will be first in the queue at the shop on Friday.
This week has all been about signings, to be exact the lack of them. At the moment it’s looking like Dekel Keinan will be the only signing to get a game before the opener against Wigan.
So the poll is about why you think we’ve not signed any players. Options are
- Low bids
- Low wages
- Players not up for challenge
- Training facilities
So the poll has been up for a while now taking in 248 votes. As expected yes was the overriding result with 81% predicting survival next season, well this is a Blackpool FC blog. 48 votes said no, Preston fans?
So the next poll (as asked for by Kieren) is about the new shirt.
What do you think of the new shirt?
The vote is located in the side bar just to the right of this blog, get voting!
A little late, but our season still has some time to go hopefully. Kaspars Gorkss and Paul Rachubka have won the past two BFC Blog player of the season awards. Last seasons was pretty close but I’m guessing one player will take the majority of the votes.
Ok, it’s been running for a while and I’ve not updated but the results from the last Poll to pick a new manager went with Tony Parks. It looks like Parks will get the job in the summer due to the good job he’s done and that his wages are cheap.
Thanks for all the votes. Now for the obligatory end of season player of the season vote. The poll is in the side bar but here’s the top 5.
Another poll comes to an end, the vote was for the pick of the new lads and Rob Edwards deservedly came on top with 28% of the votes. The former Wolves centre back has impressed all since his summer move and has been handed the captain’s armband too.
In second place Steve Kabba the loan man from Watford with 24% of the votes. After a slow start due to injury Kabba has hit two goals and was instrumental in the Birmingham win.
In third place David Vaughan who also had a slow start to the season. With 13% of the votes Vaughan beats Adam Hammill to third with one vote extra.
The next vote looks at the winner of this poll, Rob Edwards. Theres been plenty of discussion about this subject both online and at the ground…
Well better late than never the results of a poll that ran over the summer asking if Wes Hoolahan and Kaspars Gorkss would be leaving Blackpool FC. Well they did and you predicted it with 77% of votes saying the pair would leave. An optimistic 12% thought the pair would stay at the club, I’m guessing those voters didn’t know about the release clauses in the players contracts.
Our new poll asks for the pick of the new lads, 12 to choose from.
No…. thats the view from the latest poll, as we know it’s been major problem / pain in the arse having a half stadium, the game against West Brom tomorrow night has sold out once again, we on for almost 70% + games sold out for the home fans this season, so what does Karl Oyston do, get planning permission for extra seats in the away end!
So not many votes but pretty unanimous that no work is going to be started in 2008 on the south stand. So it looks like more fans on the fence at Bloomers.
The results from the first poll are in and its not surprising to see the results with Kaspars Gorkss top of the pile.
Gorkss pulled in 41% of the votes with Hoolahan in second and Crainey in third. Hoolahan in second is a joke as there as compared to last season he’s been below par but at least Kaspars in first place is a correct result.