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Lee Clark is the new manager of Blackpool Football Club.
It is a swift return to management after he was sacked by Birmingham City just 10 days ago.
He left them in the Championship's relegation zone, which is exactly where he finds his new club.
So can he do for Blackpool what he could not do for Birmingham, and drag them out of trouble?
He has signed a one-year rolling contract at Bloomfield Road and he's been speaking to our sports correspondent Chris Hall.
Lee Clark has been unveiled as the new manager at Blackpool.
He told ITV News that the relationship he will have with the chairman is of 'huge importance'.
He also said Blackpool fans should 'dream of Premier League return'.
Police are appealing for information after more than £10,000 worth of computer equipment was stolen from a primary school in Blackpool.
The burglary took place between Friday 24 October and Sunday 26 October at Roseacre Primary Academy on Stonycroft Avenue.
Thieves stole 22 iPads and an Apple MacBook.
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Blackpool have announced that Lee Clark has been officially appointed as their new manager.
The former Newcastle United, Fulham and Sunderland midfielder, has agreed a one-year rolling deal at Bloomfield Road.
Lee Clark was sacked 10 days ago by his former club Birmingham City.
Police in Lancashire have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a robbery at a bank in Tarleton.
A man entered the bank and demanded money from the cashiers. Cash was handed over and the man made off in a car which is thought to have been waiting for him outside.
The robbery happened at around 2.45pm last Thursday at the Natwest bank on Church Road.
The man is described as white, in his thirties, tall, of a stocky build and he spoke with a Liverpool accent.
DI Kevin McLean said: “We would like members of the public to take a close look at the man on the CCTV images, and if anyone has any information about his identity, please get in touch with police as soon as possible.
“This was a terrifying incident for those involved and we would like to thank everyone for their help so far with our investigation.”
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