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Here we go: For the fans

7 February 2014

Matt Bloomfield says it’s time the Wanderers supporters were given something to cheer about.

Chairboys welcome Accrington Stanley to Adams Park on Saturday and prices have been reduced to attract a larger crowd to the game as Blues look to climb the League 2 table.

“I’m desperate to get three points for the fans who have been supporting us all season,” Bloomfield told Chairboys Player.

“We need to give them something more to cheer about and that’s the bottom line.

“We haven’t done that enough this year and by winning football matches more fans will want to come and watch us and enjoy their afternoon with us. At the moment that hasn’t happened.

“It’s great that the club have reduced prices and all I can say is that we will do our upmost to try and put some points on the board and get people to enjoy their Saturday afternoons with us.

“If we can go into this weekend and get a positive result with a positive performance then we’ve got another game three days later and we can start to build a bit of momentum. We know we have a big task in front of us but I’m looking forward to it.

“I’ve had a lot challenges thrown at me during my lifetime with injuries and other bits and pieces, and I’m looking forward to getting stuck into this one as well.”

Bloomfield was an unused substitute last weekend at Bury, and the midfielder, who celebrates his 30thbirthday on Saturday, says he is hoping he has impressed enough in training to earn a recall to the starting line-up.

He added: “I feel like I’ve still got so much to offer this team and this club. I want to play every game and I’m disappointed if I don’t play, but it’s Gaz’s choice and I just hope that I’ve done enough in training to get back in.

“It’s an extremely big game, we’ve got to go and attack it. We’ve got to go into it with positivity and a belief in ourselves.

“I might be hard for people to believe but I do have a belief in the squad. It’s no use talking about it though; it’s about going out there and doing it. I really hope we can start putting it right this weekend.”

Tickets for the game are priced at £10 for adults, £5 for concessions and FREE* for children (7 and under). Family tickets (two adults, two juniors) are available for just £25!  

onlineBuy , call 01494 441118 or visit the Information Centre at Adams Park.  

Season-ticket holders will be provided with an extra £5 guest ticket to try and entice more people to the game, which if redeemed will see them receive 500 TeamCard points (equivalent of £5) to spend on merchandise or their 2014/15 season ticket.  

Already secured your seat for the game? Call the ticket office to redeem your offer.  

Use #herewego to spread the word!  

* Available in the Family Stand only


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