Talking to the Star, boss Paul Warne said;“Having a loud away following is amazing, It’s definitely helped the lads on their travels this year. We’ve had good support everywhere. Even at Gillingham on a Tuesday night we had a few hundred down there."
“I would ask fans that if they’ve waited out in the cold in a tent to get a ticket to please turn up with your voice and get behind the team. Our players, because they’re still young - apart from Woody the dinosaur, and Bally like appreciation and love. When the fans are clapping every tackle and every throw-in, it has a massive impact."
“I always think it sounds cheesy when a manager compliments his chairman or the fans. It feels like they’re just saying it so people will like them. But I honestly believe fans play a humungous part in sport, a bigger part than they think they do.”
“We’re trying to make sure the lads play like they’ve always played this season, I want them to smile, to enjoy the occasion. I’m not setting up defensively, I’m not setting up to hold on for a 0-0. That’s just not in us. We don’t draw many games"
“Our job as a coaching staff has been to keep the lads relaxed but highly motivated and to encourage them to play their natural game.”