Ollie targeting double over Argyle

26 March 2010 01:02
They beat the Pilgrims 2-0 at Bloomfield Road back in October with goals from Marcel Seip and David Vaughan sealing the victory.

The Seasiders boss has fond memories of his time at Home Park, but is focused on Blackpool's play-off challenge.

Holloway told the club's official website: "I'm looking forward to taking my team down there, we beat them 2-0 here and I thought we played them off the park. I've got to try and make sure we do that again.

"I know when I was down there I was Green Army through and through and I loved it. I've got some fantastic memories and I've got some fantastic pictures of me there. Everything I said down there I meant. I'm at Blackpool and water has now gone under the bridge, so they can say what they like.

"They've had a great run of results lately. Well done to Paul Mariner because it's not easy to turn around a side that was struggling a bit. He's done ever so well but I don't want him to do well on Saturday."

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Source: Team_Talk

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