Blackpool boss Ian Holloway is hoping that meticulous planning can help his side confound the critics and survive in the Premier League this season.
The Seasiders have started life back in the top-flight with a win, a loss and a draw and Holloway is eager to maintain the positive vibe at Bloomfield Road.
He commented:"We have just given the players a two-month schedule. My staff have produced it.
"They will know what day they are off and what day they are in. They know it will be morning and afternoon.
"The defenders will be doing certain things as will the midfielders and forwards.
"This is the most comprehensive document that I have ever produced in my career and I am looking forward to implementing it.
"We want to leave a mark on this world, so that people remember how well our team played and how well the supporters behaved.
"The secret of this club is that the fans are embracing what we are trying to do. They are in their element. It is quite unbelievable. We want this great feeling to continue."