Latest Posts by BlackpoolJane
seasider wrote:Her enthusiasm and dedication is amazing. Bristol Rovers away in a storm with nothing to play takes some beating.Cheers Seasider. I love a bit of weather, me.
tangerine77 wrote:You should rename your blog to fast food and alcohol.Is it my imagination - or have I finally found something worth living for?
seasider wrote:We will get there. We just need a manager who has the passion to re-connect the fans with the football team. Grayson lost that connection and you are never going to recover from that.That is key Seasider. I think the club as a whole is failing to connect with the fans at the moment and that could become a big problem if not addressed.
Lancashirehotpot wrote:You're there somewhere, Jane!That’s me standing on my own at the back in the middle.
Bristol Rovers v Blackpool: We’ll Win Again
A pub dinosaur, a storm on an open terrace, a Valentines Chippy Tea, loo reviews - and how can a micropub disappoint?
Blackpool v Gillingham: The Storm to End All Storms
An exciting train, a new game, a Mint KitKat, winning a raffle prize to be a football manager for a night - and why Larry had to go.
A win, a hug and a gift after 2,220 gruelling miles on the road and a painful wax - and can anyone tell me how to poach an egg?
I’ll be out selling on Bloomfield Road from 1pm today. Stop by, say hello and treat yourself to a copy of the fanzine for only £2.
It’s packed with memorabilia, photos, funnies, poetry, a homage to Jimmy Armfield, food for thought, news of a forthcoming event - and what do BST do these days?
Online version below if you can’t wait...
Seasider - Almost! It was very distressing!
Magic - There’s a link in the blog.
Exciting new signings, the criminal underworld, contemplating veganism, pie and gravy delight, a pub crawl - and how effective are tennis rackets as a defence against lions?