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Owls Boss In Rallying Cry To Fans


Laws Means Business

By Stuart Truman
April 28 2008

Wednesday manager Brian Laws has called on the club's fans to turn out in force for Sunday's crucial relegation clash with Norwich City. The Owls will be guaranteed survival with a victory, and could even lose and stay up if results go their way, after the priceless 3-1 win at Leicester.

All tickets for the Hillsborough clash bought by Saturday have been reduced to £10 for adults and £5 for concessions.

Owls manager Brian Laws told BBC Radio Sheffield: "We deserve a full house."

The Owls moved out of the bottom three with Saturday's win and overtook the Foxes in the table.

Laws is hoping Norwich are already thinking about the summer break.

Laws Told bbc.co.uk "I'm sure if I sent a few catalogues of holiday destinations and flip-flops that might help them."

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