Terry McPhillips has revealed that he will be holding more talks with Blackpool’s board over the possibility of being the permanent manager at the club.McPhillips was appointed on an interim basis but Blackpool have been quite spectacular under his regime. A 3-3 draw with Macclesfield extended their unbeaten run to an incredible seven matches. Macclesfield were able to get the better of Blackpool in this EFL Trophy match due to a penalty shootout but it was still a remarkable result for Blackpool.McPhillips did not lose his first eight matches since taking over as the interim boss.
After having been impressed with the results underMcPhillips, it is understood that Blackpool are interested in holding further talks with the manager over a permanent position.Blackpool could have easily won the game against Macclesfield had it not been for some poor finishing. It once again reiterated the need for signing a new centre forward.McPhillips is confident about bringing in a couple of players in the next few days. The club are up against Bradford during the weekend. This gives a great opportunity forMcPhillips to get his team back to winning ways. Even though the club are unbeaten in the last four League One games, Blackpool have only picked up seven points so far this season.
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Coventry City are set to wear a one-off jersey when they play Exeter City in the League Two playoff, as per reports. The club has reportedly run out of this season’s home kit. Hence, The Sky Blues will play on May 28 at Wembley wearing a surprise one-off shirt.
Coventry defeated Nott County in the semifinal and could get promoted if things go according to plan but they would be wearing a limited edition sky blue stripped shirt. The new shirt was specially commissioned for the playoff final; with the chief executive of the club Dave Boddy adding that the kit has much history for the club.
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