Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has threatened to quit the club over wage disputes and a lack of a transfer budget.
The Seasiders are on the eve of their first top flight season in 39 years but are experiencing some difficulty in keeping their boss happy according to the Daily Mail.
Holloway has become increasingly frustrated with the club's transfer situation and it reached boiling point when it emerged that League One club Huddersfield Town were close to outbidding them for free agent Marlon Harewood.
Reports suggest that Holloway made it clear to chairman Karl Oyston that he would leave the club if things did not change but Oyston is confident that would not happen.
"Ian can be a bit volatile, but I am very calm, and together we get along," he said.
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