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The referee has been forced to stop the game between Blackpool and Huddersfield as fans have invaded the pitch in a protest against the club's owners.
With the match at 0-0 and just about to start the second half, fans ran onto the pitch to protest against owner Karl Oyston and his family.
48' - The game has been stopped for the moment with the referee taking the players off the pitch.
Meanwhile at Bloomfield Road, Blackpool fans invade the pitch calling for Oyston out. http://t.co/AZ0vBm6mpf
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Two penalties from Eoin Doyle helped Cardiff condemn relegated Blackpool to a full Championship season without an away victory thanks to a 3-2 victory, matching the club's record set in 1909.
Joe Mason's early strike fired the hosts into the lead, with Doyle doubling their advantage after Henry Cameron had fouled Aron Gunnarsson.
Andrea Orlandi's goal gave the visitors hope of mounting a comeback, but Doyle killed off their chances following Miles Addison's foul on Mason before Peter Clarke's late consolation.
Blackpool are already 2-0 down at Cardiff, meaning they are set to go through the entire season without an away victory.
Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston has denied a Football Association charge of misconduct.
The much-maligned Oyston is said to have called a supporter a 'retard' in a text message exchange.
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