BLACKPOOL FC boss Ian Holloway today issued a rallying cry to the town: “Let’s do this together!”
The Seasiders are a point and a place above the relegation zone with seven games remaining of the club’s first top flight season since 1971.
Today’s showdown with Arsenal is the first of four home matches in a row.
Holloway - and Pool chairman Karl Oyston - want the supporters to turn Bloomfield Road into a cauldron of noise and help spur the team on to the victories they need to stay in the Premier League.
Holloway said: “I want the whole of the Fylde coast to cheer us on - this is the time we most need their support.
“With The Gazette’s help, we want to ensure our ground is bouncing for the rest of the season.”
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