BOSS Richard Money is urging Team Luton to turn up in their numbers again when the Hatters travel to struggling Southport on Saturday, writes Mike Simmonds.
With just 11 games to go, Town still remain in the hunt for the title, despite trailing Crawley Town by 14 points, and Money wants fans to replicate the cracking atmosphere they created at Rushden & Diamonds on Tuesday night.
He said: “If the weather is quite nice, it’s a nice place to go for the weekend I would guess. So we want to take a real good vocal support and numbers to the ground, which I’m sure we will.
“Team Luton are still getting stronger. I think the team showed the supporters just how much the three points meant at Rushden and Saturday will have to be the same again.”
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Southport, who were once managed by Hatters assistant boss Gary Brabin, have found life in the Blue Square Bet Premier tough this season, and sit just outside the relegation zone on goal difference.
Money continued: “I haven’t (seen much of them), but Gary (Brabin) has quite a bit and Cardy (Paul Carden) has, so we know enough about them.”
Winger Robbie Willmott, who scored the winner at Nene Park on Tuesday, confirmed that another away win was all the players were thinking about.
He added: “Southport is a hard place to go. It’s going to be nitty gritty stuff, they’re going to want to battle, but we’ve just got to keep scoring goals, keep winning and another clean sheet.
“I’ve never ever played at Southport before in my life and hopefully a good number of fans will come away and we can give them another three points.”