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Premier League money not reinvested

icon blackpoolaway3 October ~ The Blackpool Supporters' Trust have organised a protest against their club's onwers during the televised match against Cardiff City tonight. Blackpool are bottom of the Championship and their fans feel the money from their Premier League season has not been properly invested back into the club. The Trust are asking stay-away fans to turn up and the protest will involve releasing thousands of black balloons, as well as holding up banners and staging a walk-out in the 53rd minute of the match, representing the year they won the FA Cup. There is more information on the Football Supporters' Federation website.

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