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Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston apologises for abusive messages

Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston has apologised for branding a Blackpool fan "a retard.''

Oyston has come in for strong criticism over the last 36 hours after a series of texts he sent to supporter Stephen Smith were published on the Tangerine Knights' website.

He became embroiled in a furious row with Smith, branding him "a retard'' and telling him to ''enjoy the rest of your special needs day out.''

After being criticised by Blackpool fans and a number of organisations, Oyston responded by issuing...

Cherries top at Christmas after win

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AFC BournemouthAFC Bournemouth
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Matt Ritchie scored twice to confirm Bournemouth's place at the top of the Championship at Christmas with a resounding 6-1 victory over bottom side Blackpool.

The Cherries - beaten on Wednesday by Liverpool in the Capital One Cup quarter-final - bounced back in superb fashion to make it 12 league games unbeaten, which in turn left Blackpool rooted 10 points adrift of safety.

Ritchie scored in either half and Callum Wilson also helped himself to his 11th league goal of the campaign in the first period.

Nathan...

Davies salvages point for Blackpool

Charlton AthleticCharlton Athletic
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Steven Davies headed a late equaliser to help Blackpool to a 2-2 draw with Charlton Athletic at The Valley on Saturday.

Having come to the end of a 10-match unbeaten run in their last home game, a last-second defeat to Ipswich Town, Charlton started slowly, allowing Chris Eagles to poke Blackpool ahead.

Charlton's first-half pressure eventually resulted in an equalizer through Yoni Buyens' penalty before Cousins curled a beautiful effort past Joe Lewis soon after the break.

But the visitors found a...

Clark haunts former club Blues

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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
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Steve Davies' second-half strike helped Blackpool to only their second Sky Bet Championship win of the season as Lee Clark's men beat his former side Birmingham 1-0 at Bloomfield Road.

Davies scored the only goal in the second half to give bottom-of-the-table Blackpool all three points and lift them to within eight points of safety.

The defeat is Birmingham's first in their last six games and their first since Gary Rowett took charge, while the Seasiders are now three games unbeaten.

David Cotterill...

Collin gaffe leads to draw

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A late howler from Rotherham goalkeeper Adam Collin earned Blackpool a 1-1 draw at the New York Stadium.

Substitutes Jordan Bowery and Steve Davies each scored late goals to ensure the points were shared between the two Sky Bet Championship strugglers.

Rotherham fielded all three of their new loan signings and it was full-back Reece James, borrowed from Manchester United on Thursday, who helped to create the game's first chance.

James linked up well with Ben Pringle who sent in a dangerous ball that...