Ian Holloway has turned down a mega bucks contract to remain in charge of Blackpool.
The Sunday Mirror says despite leading Blackpool to the promised land of top-flight football and an estimated £90million windfall following the May play-off victory over Cardiff, Holloway remains on just £200,000 a year.
It's a salary more in keeping with a poorly-paid Championship boss.
Holloway's contract with the Tangerines is based on a verbal option to extend his original 12-month deal by a further year if he succeeded in keeping Blackpool in the Championship.
One Championship club who tried to lure him in the summer - and offered a £600,000-a-year rise - accused him of blind loyalty.
It appears Holloway has no intention of walking away from managing a Premier League club irrespective of what he's paid.
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