Blackpool fans are undecided this season
Believe Blackpool have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Blackpool fans are presently mostly feeling Excitement
Blackpool's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 10.6
70% of Blackpool fans are happy with the team's current management
Blackpool fans want to see a Striker transfer
Are satisfied with Blackpool's recruitment so far this summer
Lewis Fiorini / Loan / Manchester City
The attacking midfielder knows Michael Appleton well after a stint on loan at Lincoln, where he had some good performances but didn't make a consistent impact. The Scotland U21 international admits the defensive side of his game needs work too. 3/5
Rhys Williams / Loan / Liverpool
The young ball-playing centre-back didn't get many opportunities when on loan at Swansea last season but has previously shown himself to be a capable player and looks a good fit with Michael Appleton's style of play. 4/5
Dominic Thompson / Undisclosed / Brentford
Blackpool needed some depth at full-back, making Thompson a nice addition to the squad. The 22-year-old is a solid performer who likes to get forward and has the potential to improve. 3/5
Theo Corbeanu / Loan / Wolves
A stat line of three assists and three goals over 29 League One appearances over the course of loan spells at MK Dons and Sheffield Wednesday last season doesn't jump off the page but the Canada international has shown signs of growth and could prove a versatile attacking piece. 3/5
Charlie Patino / Loan / Arsenal
A very highly thought of youngster who has made a handful of appearances for Arsenal's first team, scoring in the EFL Cup last season. Very technically gifted but may need time to get used to the physicality of the Championship. 4/5
Loan / Forest Green
Loan / Portsmouth
Michael Appleton has won 12 out of 52 Championship matches as a manager with two of those wins achieved in his previous stint as Blackpool boss.
Five of Blackpool's 11 home wins were by a 1-0 scoreline.
For the fifth time in Blackpool’s last eight Championship campaigns, no player reached double figures for league goals with Gary Madine finishing topscorer on nine.
Blackpool shared the points in just three home games, only Middlesbrough had fewer home draws.
Last season was a case of mission accomplished for Blackpool, who finished 16th in their first second tier campaign since 2014-15. The Seasiders wanted to keep things stable but were forced into a change at the top with Neil Critchley accepting an offer to join Steven Gerrard at Aston Villa. Michael Appleton is a reasonable replacement and a largely settled Blackpool squad can steer clear of the drop zone.
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