Holloway stands by quit threat (AUDIO)
It may be the day after event, but Blackpool manager Ian Holloway is still adamant he will quit Bloomfield Road if the FA charge him over his team selection against Aston Villa.
The former QPR man took exception in his post-match press conference at Villa Park to questions over changes to his team. Holloway changed ten of the starting XI from Saturday`s draw with Everton, believing he has every right to utilise his 25-man squad to its fullest.
Blackpool thought they`d snatched a point on Wednesday night when DJ Campbell`s deflected effort in the 87th minute brought the score back to 2-2 before James Collins popped up in the last minute to win it for the home side.
Speaking ahead of the weekend trip to West Ham, Holloway insists he`s standing by his threat to quit and states no one has a right to tell him what team to pick.
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