Ian Holloway hits back at critics

Ian Holloway
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Blackpool manager Ian Holloway hits out at critics that have criticised the club's recent run of form.

Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has insisted that his side will always attack in search of victory.

Holloway's declaration comes after he revealed that a supporter told him to 'sort it out' in light of Blackpool's recent form of three defeats in four games, but Holloway has insisted that he was confused by the comment.

Holloway told BBC Radio Lancashire that his response to the fan was: "I just laughed and said 'sort what out?'."

"The only thing I'm focusing on is trying to play decent football, and within that entertain and also win, and that's not easy.

"I don't know what people want me to do - I always chase the three points. Yes, sometimes one point is absolutely vital and can make the difference, but my team will always attack."

Blackpool have fallen to eighth place in the Championship table.

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