Copa90 followed their “day of judgement” protest march

8 May ~ For their final match of the season, Blackpool supporters held a “day of judgement” at Bloomfield Road, protesting about their club’s owners. Having been asked by chairman Karl Oyston to “judge us at the end of the season”, Tangerines fans did just that having seen their team relegated from the Championship with six games to go. Copa90 followed the protest march and spoke to the various supporters’ trusts involved in the movement.

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