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Here we go: “Talk is cheap”

4 February 2014

Skipper Stuart Lewis says it’s time for the Wanderers to do their talking on the pitch.

Blues are back in home action on Saturday when fellow strugglers Accrington Stanley visit Adams Park (k.o 3pm), and Lewis is calling on his team-mates to put in a display to end to their wretched run of form.

“Talk is cheap and we can sit here all day long, but we have to start doing it on the pitch,” the midfielder told Chairboys Player.

“I think there has been too much talking – we need to start performing.

“I’m the leader of the group and being where we are in the league doesn’t sit well with me, the fans or the other players. It’s not good for the club and I’ll do everything I can. I’m not a shrinking violet and I’ll give everything I can while I’m on the pitch to get this club out of the trouble it’s in.

“This club has been brilliant for me and it saved me really. I’ll do everything I can and I’ll bring the boys with me.

“Careers are on the line, we’ve all got families and mortgages, it’s that time now. A lot of effort goes into preparation and Gaz and the management staff can do as much as they want, but it’s about the players that go over the line.

“We are a young side and maybe people don’t realise the position we’re in and think ‘we’ll win next week’, but that’s not the case - we have to take each game and attack it.”

Lewis added: “Accrington at home is a must-win, let’s not paint it up any other way. It’s a massive, massive game and we’ll be working all week to win it.

“Like I said, maybe I talk too much, maybe everyone talks too much and it’s time to start doing the business. I’m sure the fans are fed up of hearing me going on about ‘next week’, we’ll just attack each game and hopefully we’ll get our just rewards.”

Wanderers have reduced admission in an attempt to boost the crowd for Saturday’s crucial clash.

Tickets, which must be pre-booked, 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!

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

These prices also apply to Stanley supporters.

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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