Cherries: Dean Court fans made a 'big difference'

15 April 2010 07:00
CHERRIES assistant boss Jason Tindall hailed the team's supporters for the part they played in Tuesday's victory over Hereford United.

There was a party atmosphere inside Dean Court after Cherries closed in on League Two promotion with a 2-1 win.

And with an attendance of 6,128, the club's long-suffering fans showed their eagerness to see a successful side.

The crowd were excellent and they got right behind us from the first whistle, said Tindall.

It does make a big difference and they helped us along to get the three points.

Tindall admitted it was not a vintage performance to see off the spirited Bulls, but he was delighted to secure the desired outcome. And he insisted Cherries needed to remain focused with four games to go.

He added: Football changes very quickly. Any team is capable of going on an unbeaten run to win three or four games.

We've got to make sure that we stay focused and we don't slip up to give anyone an opportunity to get where we are.

They are breathing down our necks, but if we focus and concentrate on our job and win the games we play in, that's all we can do and we'll be okay.

Ticket sales for Saturday's home clash against Darlington are going well and for information on how to purchase, contact the Dean Court club shop on 01202 726338.

Source: Bournemouth_Echo