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Fans can make Ewood a fortress for us, says Tony

Mowbray eager to build sucess together

29 December 2017

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Rovers manager Tony Mowbray has insisted the fans have a crucial role to play in an important final half of the season.

The boss has admitted that his side have found it tough to break teams down at Ewood Park at times this season, but believes they can find a way with assistance from the supporters.

"We want to bring the fans along on this journey with us. Teams need to feel our quality and intensity both on and off the pitch," Mowbray began.

"You have to build that. You can't do it in ten or 11 home games, it has to be longer than that. We have to keep grinding out results or winning spectacularly. You have to build a we shall not lose mentality and go into games with that.

"We've got good wins but have dropped points at home to Fleetwood, Plymouth, AFC Wimbledon. Teams make life difficult for you.

"That's where [Harry] Chapman has been a loss for us. He's someone who can isolate players and drive past them, and I think that's been said for a number of weeks from me now.

"The fans can be massive for us at Ewood, making it a hostile environment for the visiting teams and really getting behind us. We'll be needing them, that's for sure."

Play your part. Tickets for the clash against Scunthorpe at Ewood Park remain on sale from the ticket office. To support the lads, secure your seat by clicking here.

We advise Rovers fans to arrive early to avoid queues.

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