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Ian Holloway: Manchester City Will Win

In his pre-match interview Seasiders boss Ian Holloway says Manchester City will beat Blackpool in today's Premier League game at Bloomfield Road.

The former Leicester City, Queens Park Rangers, Plymouth Argyle and Bristol Rovers manager briefly discussed just how far apart both teams are when it comes to the financial side of things and said...

It's the biggest mismatch in the history of football.'



The 47-year-old is banned from today's touchline.






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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday October 17 2010

Time: 10:04AM

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Ian Hollyaway is a legend and says it how it is...I would love him to be the next england manager, our national team is already a farce why not put him in and bring the passion and hard work back into the team!! I expect city to destroy blackpool today also.
P.Avfc
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17/10/2010 12:03:00

lol what a way to instil confidence in your players. Might as well tell em now that they're goin down
maka4chelsea
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17/10/2010 12:24:00

We love Holloway!
HeavyRiffs
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17/10/2010 12:31:00

Surely a mind game? Take all the pressure off his lads again, they have been delivering with that mentality of no expectations.
StuMCFC
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17/10/2010 12:48:00

Talk about optimism oh my god! That’s a rubbish mentality and the players probably disagree with the manager so makes no difference to the team.
ADTilson
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17/10/2010 14:50:00

Mind games? Yeah right!
me_innit
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17/10/2010 19:37:00

 

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