This might get bally back to games.
Makes me feel old. Remember him playing for Everton!

But do you have a panini sticker of him!? 

seasider wrote:Makes me feel old. Remember him playing for Everton!
This appointment can only be a good thing I suppose, considering his experience and the fact that him and Terry are mates.  

Tony Grant said he wouldn't have joined if Oyston had still been running the club.

“This club has had a recent upturn and the opportunity was there and I thought it was a good idea to see what it’s all about.

“I probably wouldn’t have come before hand, if I’m being really honest.

“There’s a positive outlook now which you’ve seen with the last two games; the fans and the whole town have picked up.

“Me as a person, I have big morals and that was probably a big reason why I said yes.”

Grant has been impressed with what he’s seen of Blackpool this year and believes they’re still in with a shout of finishing in the League One play-offs.

“I’ve watched Blackpool numerous times this season and this just felt like it was the right thing to do,” he said.

“I feel sorry in a way for the players because they’ve got to play on that pitch, it’s actually the worst pitch I’ve seen.

“But they do it and they try and play football. They’ve got a lot of individual players and I know quite a few of them.

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