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Wolves call for fan power

Tuesday night's win over Cardiff City has kept Wolverhampton Wanderers' season alive as they travel to the Ricoh Arena on Saturday.

That should ensure a big away following and striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake said: "The fans are going to be massively important in these next couple of games and we`re going to need all the support we can get.

"Let`s hope it can be a sell-out in the away end and we go on and win the game.

"They`re desperate for us to do well. It`s understandable if they`re tentative, but I just hope they can help push us on and be like a 12th man to help us get to where we really, really want to be."




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Date:Friday April 25 2008

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