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1994–95 Blackpool F.C. season

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1994–95 Blackpool F.C. season

Blackpool F.C.
Season 1994-95
League Division Two
Manager Sam Allardyce
League position 12th
Top goalscorer League: Tony Ellis (17)
FA Cup First round
League Cup First round
Highest home attendance
Lowest home attendance
Previous season 1993-94
Next season 1995-96

The 1994-95 season was Blackpool F.C.'s 88th season (85th consecutive) in the Football League. They competed in the 24-team Division Two, then the third tier of English league football, finishing twelfth.

Sam Allardyce replaced Billy Ayre as manager prior to the start of the season.

Blackpool exited both domestic cup competitions at the first-round stage.

Tony Ellis was the club's top league scorer, with seventeen goals.

Mike Davies retired at the end of the season after eleven years of service for Blackpool, his only professional club. He subsequently moved into a coaching role at the club.

Blackpool signed veteran goalkeeper Les Sealey from Manchester United before the season began, but he transferred back to the Premier League with a move to West Ham on 28 November.

Table

Pos. Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1. Birmingham 46 25 14 7 84 37 89
2. Brentford 46 25 10 11 81 39 85
3. Crewe 46 25 8 13 80 68 83
4. Bristol Rovers 46 22 16 8 70 40 82
5. Huddersfield 46 22 15 9 79 49 81
6. Wycombe 46 21 15 10 60 46 78
7. Oxford 46 21 12 13 66 52 75
8. Hull 46 21 11 14 70 57 74
9. York City 46 21 9 16 67 51 72
10. Swansea 46 19 14 13 57 45 71
11. Stockport 46 19 8 19 63 60 65
12. Blackpool 46 18 10 18 64 70 64
13. Wrexham 46 16 15 15 65 64 63
14. Bradford 46 16 12 18 57 64 60
15. Peterborough 46 14 18 14 54 69 60
16. Brighton 46 14 17 15 54 53 59
17. Rotherham 46 14 14 18 57 61 56
18. Shrewsbury 46 13 14 19 54 62 53
19. Bournemouth 46 13 11 22 49 69 50
20. Cambridge 46 11 15 20 52 69 48
21. Plymouth 46 12 10 24 45 83 46
22. Cardiff 46 9 11 26 46 74 38
23. Chester 46 6 11 29 37 84 29
24. Leyton Orient 46 6 8 32 30 75 26

P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; Pts = Points

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