A Look At Saturday's EditionThe first programme of the Lee Clark era is now available from around Bloomfield Road ahead of tomorrow's clash with Ipswich Town.
Jeffrey Rentmeister features on the front cover, and is the four-page interview inside, having forced his way into the starting line-up in recent weeks.
The Belgian is amidst his first season in English football, and said: “The biggest thing for me is that Blackpool stay in The Championship. The players don't think individually, they all want the best for Blackpool.”
He is joined inside by fellow-defender Peter Clarke, Ed Lay, Ryan Lewis, Rick Clement, Tony Rodwell, Tony McMahon and Luke Chambers.
Clarke worked under the new manager Lee Clark at Huddersfield, and shares his thoughts on the new man.
Inside, he said: “The manager will leave no stone unturned, he will work very hard to make the players better, improve results and ultimately give our fantastic fans something to shout about.”
Elsewhere GB Under 23s deaf coach Ryan Lewis speaks inside, as does Sergeant Rick Clement, who provides the Last Word.
The Editors drummer Ed Lay, who is an Ipswich Town supporter, shares his experiences in music and following The Tractor Boys.
Luke Chambers provides the away perspective, while Tony McMahon writes his usual captain notes.
The O Publishing productions are available now around Bloomfield Road at a cost of £3.