Date:Saturday March 25 2006
Wolves CEO Jez Moxey has issued a rallying call to all Wanderers supporters.
Make some noise!
Speaking to the clubs official site he said
'There are 21 points at stake between now and the end of April and if we are to reach the play-offs then we must look to take the maximum number from our home games. Our fans can play a major part in helping that happen.'
'Molineux can be an intimidating stadium for visiting teams and we must make sure that is the case against Sheffield Wednesday and in the other three remaining home League games - the only thing to concentrate on now is getting behind the team as much as possible to help them to win every match. I am calling on all supporters to create as much noise as possible, to make Sheffield Wednesday and the other teams feel the pressure of your support.'
They used to call it Fortress Molineux. Used to. But not anymore.
For seven games, just 630 minutes a return to that could see Wolves, once more get to the promised land.
Now is the time to put previous performances in the past, and make teams fear and dread coming to Molineux.
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