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9 February 2015

Skipper praises the support of the Blue Army and encourages fans to keep up the strong backing as Town look to get back to winning ways

  • Chambo praises Blue Army backing
  • Skipper understands frustrations
  • Important we stick together against the Owls

Luke Chambers has praised the support of the Town fans and called on the Blue Army to ‘remain patient’ as Mick McCarthy’s side look for a return to winning ways against Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow.

The skipper understands the frustrations following Saturday’s defeat to Rotherham but insists it’s important for everyone to remain united as Blues look to maintain their promotion push over the second-half of the season.

“I understand there may be a few frustrations at the minute but it’s important we all remain patient and stick together as one,” Luke told the Club website.

“We’ve got a big game tomorrow evening and it will be nice to be back in front of our fans at Portman Road, although I have to take my hat off to the 1,800 fans who backed us at Rotherham at the weekend.

“Hopefully we will have another good crowd and the fans can get right behind us. We’re in this together and I have to say that the fans have been a massive weapon for us this season and we are a lot stronger with that support.

“We need to keep that backing going and hopefully we can produce for them on the pitch.

“I think we have a good relationship from the pitch to the terraces and, having looked each player in the dressing-room in the eye, we will be giving our all out there and hopefully we can be back celebrating with the fans come full time tomorrow.” 

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