Date: 16th February 2014 at 3:16pm
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Blackpool stand in manager Barry Ferguson thinks that Blackpool were worthy of more than a draw yesterday at Ipswich.

In his first few weeks in charge, Ferguson has changed the system and the mindset with the players to that of an attacking mindset, something that will come as a welcome to many Blackpool supporters who have criticised the systems of the past two managers Paul Ince and Michael Appleton.

Ferguson named an unchanged side on Saturday after having a selection headache now that his squad is fully got again. Speaking to the Blackpool gazette after the game Ferguson said.

“I am putting a new system in place and I want my team to be attack-minded. The commitment and effort has been there from the start, but in the games against Forest and Ipswich we have also shown quality and belief.”

With the backing of the players and backing of the pool faithful, surely it is time that Karl Oyston took note, and handed him the job sooner rather than later, and pool can then start planning for next season looking at players and offering out contract extensions.