Paul Ince has criticised Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston for sacking him via text message this week.
Paul Ince has been sacked as manager of the Championship club. The 46-year-old had been in charge of the Seasiders for less than a year.
Blackpool boss Paul Ince received a five-match stadium ban for 'violently shoving' a fourth official in an expletive-laden rant.
Preston North End have confirmed that Simon Grayson is the club's new manager.
The 43-year-old has agreed a contract at Deepdale to take the reigns at the Club.
He will be joined at the Club by Glynn Snodin, who worked alongside the new PNE boss at both Leeds United and Huddersfield Town.
Former Manchester United and Liverpool player Paul Ince has been confirmed as the new Blackpool FC manager
The former Manchester United and Liverpool player Paul Ince has been confirmed as Blackpool's new manager
Ince has previously managed at Blackburn Rovers and Macclesfield Town.
He will take charge of a squad, which includes his son Tom, on a one-year rolling contract.
There've been plenty of twists and turns in this story but in the last couple of hours a major development. Blackpool have given Blackburn Rovers permission to speak to their manager Michael Appleton.
Rovers made an official approach last night, that was rejected, but talks have continued today and Appleton did not take Blackpool's training session.
David Chisnall reports:
New Blackpool manager Michael Appleton speaks to ITV Granada's Mike Hall about his move to Bloomfield Road. He has signed a one-year rolling contract with the Seasiders.
Crystal Palace have made reportedly made an official approach to Blackpool for their manager Ian Holloway.
The Daily Mail suggests Holloway is willing to leave the Tangerines to return to London, where he had a spell as manager of QPR.