Date:Friday January 22 2010
The Hillsborough crowds have been hit and miss to say the least this season, but tomorrow's clash against Peterborough is one game where we need the fans to get behind the players.
Alan Irvine's first home game in charge of the Owls, a crunch relegation 'six pointer' and the first home league clash of the new decade, what more could you ask for?
The club have a 'Kids for a Quid' offer on for the match, which was rearranged from the start of the month, and they're available on online ticketing and from the ticket office until 12 noon on the day of the match.
It's a huge match for the Owls, there's no two ways about it, and three points would make it three wins on the spin for Irvine since he took control of the Owls.
So for tomorrow it's vital that the thousands of Wednesdayites get behind their side.
Posh aren't going to be an easy nut to crack, despite their league position which puts them as favourites for relegation back to League 1.
But despite that tag, the London Road club will be fighting for every scrap tomorrow, with almost nothing to lose.
Although beautiful, free-flowing football would, of course, be very welcome at S6, a scrappy, 1-0 victory over the Posh will be enough tomorrow.
It's wrong for Wednesdayites to go to S6 expecting Irvine's rejuvinated side to wipe the floor with Peterborough.
Instead, Owls fans should enter Hillsborough with patience, and with their voices full prepared for cheering on the lads to what, hopefully, will be three crucial points.
Put all the excuses to one side for this one match, and get down to Hillsborough for arguably Wednesday's biggest game of the season to date, and hopefully, the team will repay your faith.
UP THE OWLS!
Date:Friday January 22 2010
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