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Survival means everything

15 April 2014

Skipper Stuart Lewis says that keeping Wanderers in the Football League means everything to him and the rest of the squad.

Blues’ Good Friday clash with Northampton is one of the most important in the club’s history with the Chairboys and the Cobblers separated by just goal difference near the foot of the League 2 table.

“How I feel as a person and a player is obvious, as is how things affect me, because I wear my heart on my sleeve – I’m just one of those people,” the midfielder told Chairboys Player.

“Everyone deals with it in their own way and everyone has their own personalities.

“I can assure all the fans that it means a lot to the boys and I know it does because we are all playing for our futures and the club’s future in the Football League - everyone has their own way of dealing with that.

“It’s a massive game because we are playing for our league status and it just means so much to so many people.

“I know how much it means to the fans that travel everywhere and all those people that me and my Dad have got to know personally over the years. It means so much to them and to us as well.

“We are playing for our futures as players, and as I said, we are also playing for the future of the club - that’s how big it is now.

“The boys realise that and they know what is at stake so we will be doing every in our power to make sure we are a League 2 club at the end of the season.”

Northampton have already sold over 1,200 tickets for the game and Wanderers fans can secure their seat online, by calling 01494 441118 or in person from the Information Centre at Adams Park.

Two adults and two juniors can enjoy the match in the Family Stand  for just £25, while regular prices start from just £5 for juniors, £9 for young adults, £11 for seniors and £15 for adults. U7s can enjoy this and all league fixtures for FREE. 


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