FA Cup Fever Can Spark The Revival
Saturday, 17th Mar 2018 09:08
Mark Hughes can get his Saints managerial career underway with a win at Wigan and spark the Saints revival this season.
There is nothing like a good cup run to get the fans blood going, the cups have been marginalised over the past decade or so by the armchair TV fans supporting the big clubs, but for the match going football fans of clubs like Saints they offer the chance of a bit of glory and a European tour, so why would we not want to do well in them.
But for Saints the trip to Wigan is not just about the cup it is about a new manager coming in to try and revive the team and make sure that this season is not a disaster.
By winning at Wigan Mark Hughes can get a double whammy, a Wembley appearance in the semi final and a big boost in confidence to his new charges in the Saints squad.
Now is the time for all Saints fans to get behind the team and help it stay in terrier League and more, looking back will not help anything in the next couple of months, moaning about Les Reed won,t help our cause save it for the summer when the season is over, for now get behind the team starting from tomorrow, it,s a big day and by the end of it the season may well have swung in our favout
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