Ciaran Kelly believes that Crystal Palace youngster Wilfried Zaha needs to stay put for now.
Posts Tagged ‘Ian Holloway’
Ciaran Kelly breaks down the England national side and looks ahead to what could be a bright future for ‘them across the water’.
Willie Gannon looks at a change to the rules regarding clubs fielding ‘under strength’ sides in the Premier League.
Blackpool may have made a swift return to the Championship but, according to Robert Nevitt, they have made a lasting impression on the top flight.
Charlie Adam is a good signing in theory, but is he a good signing for Liverpool at this moment in time? Sammy Lee doesn’t believe so.
Recent seasons have told us to expect a big drop off in performance from the side promoted through the playoffs and it normally starts about now, writes James Dixon.
The man largely responsible for Blackpool’s aesthetically pleasing football is becoming a much sought after property in the Premier League, and Robbie Deighan looks at a possible move on the horizon for Charlie Adam.
We’ve seen this all before, a team promoted from the Championship who surprise everyone and are for the first few weeks of the season, flutter and cajole with the Sky-styled ‘big boys’ of the league? This time it’s not the disagreeable Phil Brown leading an orange-kitted team but the infinitely more likeable Ian Holloway. Hull [...]
Tyrone Marshall looks at the money game and how fans aren’t getting much bang for their buck.
Always seen as a jester figure, Blackpool boss Ian Holloway in now finally soaking up the praise for his managerial skills after guiding his side to the Premiership. Until this season Ian Holloway was best remembered by football fans in this country for comparing a scrappy victory for his QPR side to a young lad [...]