HARTLEPOOL United have slashed ticket prices again ahead of the visit of Cambridge United as Ronnie Moore calls on fans to turn out in force.
The second largest crowd of the season saw Pools beat Mansfield Town 1-0 to claw themselves back to within one point of safety.
And club bosses have again cut prices for this weekend’s Sky Bet League Two match at Victoria Park.
“It’s another great gesture from the Chairman and hopefully we’ll get another good response because the way the fans got behind us on Saturday went a long way to helping us get the result,” said Moore.
“The backing the team enjoyed was fantastic so hopefully we can get another good crowd or an even better one and they can help carry us out of the bottom two for the first time in a long while.
“The noise created to help us over the line near the end was brilliant and if we can get that again this weekend then it will give everyone a boost.
The backing the team enjoyed was fantastic so hopefully we can get another good crowd or an even better one and they can help carry us out of the bottom two for the first time in a long while.Ronnie Moore, Pools manager
“I know it’s an international weekend too so if there are Middlesbrough, Sunderland or Newcastle fans out there at a loose end then come and get behind us trying to keep this north-east club in the league.
“It’s a great opportunity for as many fans as possible to come along and join us, hopefully see a good game of football and, most importantly, cheer us on to the three points.”
Seating prices are £12 for adults and £10 for concessions, while standing prices are £10 for adults and £5 for concessions.
Tickets are on sale and will be available on the turnstiles.
* Photographer Frank Reid was at Victoria Park for the Mansfield Town match to capture these images of fans supporting Pools from the terraces.
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