Date:Tuesday March 14 2006
Glenn Hoddle has extended an olive branch to Wolves long suffering fans following the outstanding support shown for his underperforming side at teh weekend against Cardiff City.
Molineux has long since ceased to be the cauldron of Passion it once was, but Saturday saw the fans get behind, and stay behind the team all match.
An early Denes Rosa goal settled nerves after 15 minutes, and created the foundation for Wolves best performance of the season, and Hoddle wants moreof the same from both fans and team.
'Whether it was the Dave Jones return factor, I don't know, but we are going to need support like that if we are going to get up.
'We need the team and the fans to be up for every game.' said Hoddle.
With Reading, away, to come this Saturday, anything less could spark a disaster.
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