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Robinson: 'Make Some Noise!'

Robinson: 'Make Some Noise!'

Andy Robinson is calling for the fans to make some noise at the Liberty Stadium when Hartlepool visit on Saturday.

The midfielder joins Owain Tudur-Jones, Leon Britton, Darryl Duffy and Alan Tate as all 5 return this from injuries.

'Robbo' will find it difficult to get his first team place back as both Tom Butler and Paul Anderson have been impressive lately on the wings.

Darryl Duffy is another player who will have to fight for a first team place as on-loan forward Warren Feeney has hit 4 goals in the last 3 games.

Swansea City go into Saturday's game full of confidence and on the back of 3 consecutive League wins.

Robinson says the fans must get behind them though if they are to keep that run going, he told BBC SPORT:

'We've got to get the Liberty Stadium rocking,'

'We're not going to win a game in 45 minutes, it could take 89 minutes and we've got to believe as a squad and the fans are part of that.

'We need the fans behind us.'


There was a lot of criticism surrounding the club a few weeks back as fans started booing during games whilst one abused an individual player.

A few of the players came out and told the press about the negativity but hopefully that's of the past as we sit top of League One, so what more can you ask for?



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Thursday October 18 2007
Time: 5:19PM

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