sport news Blackpool fans end Bloomfield Road boycott as they form queues to buy Southend ...

Blackpool fans end Bloomfield Road boycott... and form large queues outside ground to snap up tickets for Southend clash with over 5,000 already sold for League One meeting Blackpool confirmed change of club's bank account, effectively ending boycott Supporters had stayed away from club while under Oyston ownership But new board has enabled fans to come flooding back to buy tickets Southend clash set to see season record attendance featuring home supporters 

By Dan Ripley for MailOnline

Published: 16:00 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 16:00 GMT, 1 March 2019

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Blackpool fans have finally ended their boycott of the team's games as the club confirmed a change of bank account mandate following the appointment of a new board.

Supporters had been furious with the lack of investment under the ownership of the Oyston family, and since relegation from the Premier League in 2011 the two parties have been involved in a long running feud.

Chairman Owen Oyston was removed from the board on Monday, with Ben Hatton, Ian Currie and Tim Fielding, coming into the club in new roles.

Blackpool fans ended their boycott as they queue outside Bloomfield Road for tickets 

Blackpool fans ended their boycott as they queue outside Bloomfield Road for tickets 

Following the announcement, the

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