Blackpool's home game in the Championship with Burnley yesterday was eventful to say the least. Burnley won the game 1-0 but the game was marked firstly by a tennis ball protest against Blackpool owner Karl Oyston and his lack of investment in the team:
And then, to make matters so much worse, assistant manager Bob Malcolm struck substitute Stephen Dobbie as he prepared to come on. Malcolm recevied his marching orders soon after. Unbelievable Geoff.
Via: Neil Burgess.