Blackpool set to nominate ex-Wolves McCarthy as new boss after Appleton exit


BLACKPOOL are set to show to former Sunderland and Wolves boss Mick McCarthy as their new supervisor.

The Seasiders are looking for a brand new supervisor following the sacking of Michael Appleton on Wednesday following a poor run of kind.


Blackpool are set to nominate former Cardiff Metropolis supervisor Mick McCarthyCredit score: Getty
Michael Appleton was sacked following their poor form


Michael Appleton was sacked following their poor kindCredit score: Getty

Blackpool are and not using a win within the Championship since beating Coventry on 29 October, with the membership choosing up 4 factors from a doable 30 since then.

The Lancashire membership discover themselves second from backside within the Championship desk following a run of 1 win in 11 video games.

Blackpool have determined to search for a brand new supervisor with expertise as they appear to remain up they usually really feel McCarthy is the best man to guide their survival combat.

McCarthy, who is about to agree a deal till the tip of the season, has been out of labor since October 2021 after leaving Cardiff Metropolis.

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Appleton’s remaining match in cost was the 2-0 defeat at Watford on Saturday.

He returned to the membership for his second spell in the summertime, however has lasted lower than seven months.

After his sacking, the membership mentioned: “Blackpool Soccer Membership has right now relieved Michael Appleton of his duties as Head Coach.

“Assistant Head Coach David Kerslake may even be leaving with Michael.


“The Membership wish to thank Michael and David for his or her efforts throughout their time at Bloomfield Highway and want all of them the very best for the long run.

“The Club hope to be able to announce a new Head Coach in the coming days.”

McCarthy’s first recreation in cost might be in opposition to fellow strugglers Huddersfield on Saturday.

The Tangerines then have an FA Cup fourth spherical tie at Southampton the next weekend.

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