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Sheridan Eyeing Victory This Weekend To Help Supporters Save Money On Season Tickets

3 March 2016

Manager John Sheridan is eyeing victory on Saturday, especially to help supporters earn money through the Season Ticket campaign.

Earlier this week, Latics launched their Win When We’re Winning initiative in order for supporters to save money on their Season Ticket for next season.

The campaign enables supporters the chance to win money back should Latics win at home this month and the gaffer believes it is a good campaign for supporters to get involved with.

Sheridan said: “I hope we knock a lot money off because if we win all the games it will be a great deal for the supporters. 

"Hopefully it will be a good offer for people and we know it’s been difficult for the supporters this season. We are just trying to win games so if we do that it will help everyone.”

Swindon Town are the visitors to SportsDirect.com Park this weekend: “Tuesday’s draw makes Saturday’s game a really big game for us because it’s important we get the three points,” admitted the manager.

"If we do, it will be four points from two home games and that is good enough to keep us in this league if we can do that over the season.

"They always play good football and they are brave in how they play. They play from the back and good on the high and they are picking up good results. 

“We are definitely wary of them and they are a team that probably think they have a chance of getting into the play-offs but we are just concentrating on ourselves. 

"Hopefully I can pick a team that will go out and win the game because that’s what it’s about. It will be difficult, we know that, but it’s a game we can win and that’s what I have to breed into the team. 

"We are on a seven game unbeaten run at the moment and it’s not a bad record. The amount of draws isn’t great but we stay unbeaten and it can only be good for us.”

The game will be the last for Burnley loanee Danny Lafferty as his emergency loan period comes to an end and the gaffer believes he will be a big loss.

“It’s a shame,” he said. “When I first came he was coming back from injury and I didn’t think he looked match fit. 

"Since then he has got stronger and stronger and you can see the qualities he’s got as he’s a good footballer. He scored a great goal last weekend and he will be a big loss to us. 

“I would love to have kept him but it gives someone the opportunity to fill that spot now."

Watch the full interview on Latics PlayerHD. 


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