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Angel Martinez offered new Blackpool contract

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Blackpool begin their rebuilding project by offering popular midfielder Angel Martinez a new contract.

According to the Blackpool Gazette, Angel has been at the club for three years and was an integral part of Ian Holloway's side who stunned fans and pundits alike by making the play offs in 2012.

He had a topsy turvy season last year by not playing to his full ability, however, saying that not many Blackpool players played well at all last season.

If, Angel signs a new contract he could prosper under Jose Riga who seems to be technically well minded and wants to bring a new style of play to the seaside.

Angel always gives 100% and does a lot of running that others do not. He is vital to a team but will need to improve his distribution and many believe under Riga he will be able to do this, having made ex Blackpool player Faris Haroun more adept to using his left foot when he is primarily a right footed player.

Angel would be welcomed back to the seaside warmly and this seems like a step in the right direction for Riga's intentions. 

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