‘Losing the plot’, ‘Not good enough’ – These Blackpool fans express their anger after Rotherham defeat

By Terry Robinson, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=12002379

Blackpool slipped to defeat against Rotherham this afternoon, leaving some of their fans very unhappy with manager Simon Grayson.

Michael Smith and Clark Robertson both bagged second-half goals for the visitors before Armand Gnanduillet’s late penalty halved the deficit.

Paul Warne’s side took the lead six minutes after half-time when a free-kick was hooked back across goal, leaving Smith with a simple opportunity to poke the ball home.

In a robust game of few chances, Clark Robertson secured all three points three minutes from the end when he finished emphatically past Jak Alnwick.

Armand Gnanduillet reduced the arrears deep into stoppage time from the penalty spot after Curtis Tilt has been fouled in the area, but it was too little, too late.

Blackpool never truly troubled their opponents, despite having 57% possession and 12 shots, with only four on target. The lack of cutting edge has led to some supporters already losing patience with new manager Simon Grayson.

Those we’ve found below already seem to have forgotten the euphoria of Owen Oyston being ousted, although the odd reply may be ironic.

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