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Supporters want representatives from other clubs to attend

icon blackpoolaway21 April ~ Blackpool supporters are planning a “day of judgement” for their final home match of the season, which will involve protests against chairman Karl Oyston. Blackpool were relegated with a month of the season remaining and on May 2, fans will make their feelings known about the running of their club both outside and inside Bloomfield Road. They have designated the game against Huddersfield a Fans United Day and would like representatives of other clubs to give attend and give common voice to their wider concerns about how clubs are run. You can find more information on the Football Supporters’ Federation website.

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