Blackpool boss Ian Holloway unmoved by fans criticism

Ian Holloway
Holloway led the Seasiders to the Premier League in 2009/10

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway has called on a section of fans to get behind the team following criticism over selections, performances and signings.

Holloway voiced his opinion in the build-up to Saturday's home game against Nottingham Forest.

"I think one or two supporters might have issues with myself and I don't really care to be perfectly blunt," he told BBC Radio Lancashire.

"I'm going to try and do the best I can and get on with it."

Blackpool are currently eighth in the Championship following Tuesday's dramatic late win against Doncaster.

But Holloway says anybody questioning his decisions needs to look at how far the club has come in a short space of time.

"I shouldn't have to justify anything I say and I'm not going to," he said.

"People are entitled to their own opinion and they can see there is logic behind every decision I try and make.

"You can all have your own expectations, your own hopes and dreams but we've got to try and keep going."

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