"Blackpool Football Club Is Slowly Progressing Back Into Its Glory" says Karl Oyston

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Karl Oyston" Blackpool Football Club is Improving from Owens trouble and it will continue to grow a bigger club, the fans who want me to get out the club, have to wait till I'm ready because I want to get the club back in hands before I find new ownership. I understand some fans will continue to boy Cott games and I understand what is going through the fans minds. I also understand and know how to run a football club that can live in higher divisions compared to what we are in now. I love Blackpool Footballl club and it is my club. To be honest I don't trust Owen after what he did with the money. I'm here and I will fix the club to its glory. We are already 44 percent improved but I feel a lot more work needs doing. We need new stadium roofing and more importantly for our fans, we need new stands that are freshly painted tangerine saying Seasiders and Tangerine Army. The best way to get it improved faster is to look back at the Premier League days. That made my day when we won 7-2 against Manchester United in 2010. I will be joined with Gary Bowyer at the dug out today, cheering the team on. I will do that because I want Blackpool Football Club back and I want the fans back to get that amazing atmosphere back. It is expected to be a lower attendance than normal due to protest day about Owen Oyston not me. So if you see me, I want everyone to chant Karl Oyston rocks because I have made improvements on the club"

Blackpool Play Mansfield at home today hoping for 3 points.
Wave at Karl Oyston if you see him if you want!

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