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BLUES boss Jim Magilton has called on the Ipswich fans to be their 12th man against Wolves tomorrow.Magilton has urged the Portman Road crowd to get behind the team as they did for the last 20 minutes of the win against Colchester on Tuesday night, when a Neil Alexander penalty save inspired Ipswich to a come from behind win.
By Derek Davis
BLUES boss Jim Magilton has called on the Ipswich fans to be their 12th man against Wolves tomorrow.
Magilton has urged the Portman Road crowd to get behind the team as they did for the last 20 minutes of the win against Colchester on Tuesday night, when a Neil Alexander penalty save inspired Ipswich to a come from behind win.
He said: “Our crowd played massive part on Tuesday night and they know this is a big game for us so if they get behind us then we have a real opportunity. They can act as a 12th man for us.”
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Magilton accepts the crowd can take some stirring and his team will have to get them going but he feels there are plenty of incentives to make that happen.
He said: “We are going for 10 in a row and it is very proud record to have.
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“To win nine in a row at any level is a fantastic record and we want to carry that on. We are very proud of our home record and we want to use that and go at Wolves and see how they cope.”
“With no disrespect to any other club in the division having Wolves here is a massive incentive for our boys.
“They are a well-fancied side coming here expecting to win.
“It probably takes a game like this to get us going whereas on Tuesday we weren't fantastic against Colchester who played very well. But we are developing a real spirit and togetherness that suggests we are hard to beat at home.”