Blackpool’s Clark approach rejected


January 16, 2013 by Made In Brum

Manager-less Blackpool have had an approach for Blues boss Lee Clark rejected by the club, according to Sky Sports. The 40 year-old was short-listed by the Seasiders board, but their approach was dismissed today.

Many Birmingham City fans want Clark out as last season’ play-off semi finalists languish in the lower reaches of the Championship, with relegation to League One a real possibility. But Blackpool are said to be keen on the job Clark has done under tight financial parameters.

MK Dons’ Karl Robinson is now the favourite to take the hot-seat, he will meet with chairman Pete Winkelman this afternoon.


7 thoughts on “Blackpool’s Clark approach rejected

  1. chrisj says:

    Bull, don’t believe crap Sky.
    They asked to speak to Robinson yesterday, so why would they want to speak to Clark as well before Robinson has made a decision.

  2. Dodger says:

    Please Let Lee Clark go now before we go down . If he goes now it wont cost us a penny he’s not up to the job .

  3. les says:

    and just who do we bring in guys ???????

  4. Please let this be true as we are heading for league 1 the way things are going,clark couldnt motivate a piss up in a brewery and @les im sure no one can do any worse than what clark has done this season,we need someone in who can motivate the team and get us playing some decent stuff,if we end up going down it could be a long long road back so we have to stay up at all costs so we need to try different things to hopefully achieve this

  5. les says:

    so who do we get next !

  6. SD says:

    Why cant we use the compo to get a holding manager in until the rest of the season? Billy Davies, with an incentive of a longer term contract if he gets us in the top half? (for example)

  7. Ray says:

    if it is true and they wont let him go i wont be renewing my sea\son ticket for sure would be a shame

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