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Blackpool 0-0 Huddersfield Town

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Angry Blackpool fans invaded the pitch in protest against the club's Oyston family owners which caused their final Championship game of the season against Huddersfield to be abandoned after 48 minutes.

The already-relegated Seasiders have suffered a miserable campaign and went into the game hoping to avoid setting a new record low points total.

Stockport hold the dubious honour for fewest second-tier points since the 1988 expansion to 24 sides, with 26 in 2002, but matters off the pitch dominated proceedings...

 By PA Sport

Blackpool game against Huddersfield abandoned after fan protests

Blackpool fans invade the pitch in protest.

Angry Blackpool fans invaded the pitch in protest against the club's Oyston family owners which caused their final Championship game of the season against Huddersfield to be abandoned after 48 minutes.

The already-relegated Seasiders have suffered a miserable campaign and went into the game hoping to avoid setting a new record low points total.

Stockport hold the dubious honour for fewest second-tier points since the 1988 expansion to 24 sides, with 26 in 2002, but matters off the pitch dominated...

Blackpool aim to go down fighting

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Bottom-of-the-table Blackpool will bid to avoid a historically low points total when Huddersfield visit Bloomfield Road.

The Seasiders have accrued just 25 points thus far in a miserable campaign and need one more to emulate the second tier's worst ever haul of 26, registered by Stockport in 2001/02, since the 1988 expansion to 24 teams.

Manager Lee Clark is already without Tom Aldred (hamstring), Joe Lewis (ankle), Mark Waddington (foot) and Grant Hall (ankle), while his attacking options are stretched...

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Blackpool fans angry after Stan Mortensen statue removal

Stan Mortensen scored a hat trick in the 1953 FA Cup final.

Blackpool supporters have reacted angrily to the removal of the Stan Mortensen statue outside Bloomfield Road, which fans had planned to visit as part of their protests against the club's owners this weekend.

Blackpool, already relegated from the Championship, round off the season by hosting Huddersfield this weekend and disgruntled supporters are staging a prematch march against chairman Karl Oyston.

Fans' groups Blackpool Supporters Trust and the Tangerine Knights had dubbed May 2 "Judgement Day"...

Cardiff City 3-2 Blackpool

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Two penalties from Eoin Doyle helped Cardiff condemn relegated Blackpool to a full Sky Bet Championship season without an away victory thanks to a 3-2 victory at the City Stadium.

Joe Mason's early strike fired the hosts into the lead, with Doyle doubling their advantage after Henry Cameron had fouled Aron Gunnarsson.

Andrea Orlandi's goal gave the visitors hope of mounting a comeback, but Doyle killed off their chances following Miles Addison's foul on Mason before Peter Clarke's late consolation.

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