Daryl McMahon has said Fleet’s staff and players have been impressed by the singing emanating from the Plough End in recent matches.
“They were unbelievable on Monday,” McMahon told FleetOnline. “They’ve been great all season, I’ve already said that on more than one occasion. But the noise levels from start to finish against Maidenhead and then again in the Dover match were incredible.”
Fleet’s average attendance could rise above 1,600 if fans continue to attend in numbers as they did against Dover and with three big games to come, against Macclesfield, Wrexham and Sutton – also our annual Community Day – McMahon’s confident the home fans will continue to make the Kuflink Stadium a noisy place to play through April.
“I’ve said it many a time, but the fans make a huge difference when we’re attacking the Plough End, they’re that noisy,” he enthused. “They all but sucked the ball into the goal when it fell to Andy Drury on Monday and we got both our goals at that end again. And I’m sure that the winner was a good one for everyone to enjoy and boosted the takings of the local pubs!
“Home and away this season, we’ve felt really appreciated and I hardly even have to say I hope they’re with us in body and voice for the run-in because I know they will be. Saturday in front of the TV is a good opportunity for our fans to really make some noise, not that they really need an excuse as it is!”