The Analyst wrote:
Sounds like a good idea and it will be interesting to see how many they get.
just under 3000 which is twice what they had against us last week but still less than half a full house
so was it a success or failure?
while i think the idea of really pushing one game is a sound one - the grimsby game would seem ideal after last season's encounter - i think it would be a mistake to go along the 'full house' line as, even ignoring the fact nobody really knows what our current capacity is*, however well supported it is getting a bigger crowd than the play-off final is pretty unlikely
i guess the best selling point would be a successful conclusion to 'project staying-up' - which as adie britton says would rank amongst the greatest ever achievements for the club - but even if we were to win the 6 (possibly 7) games between now and grimsby unless we're mathematically safe then that could be seen as crawley-esq arrogance
*and if you go on the generally published figure of 8800 we won't get anywhere near that