Third time lucky.
By The West Terrace.
Tuesday 01 Apr 2008 12:19:56
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Third time lucky.

The Sky Blues travel to Hillsborough in an attempt to play their Championship clash with Sheffield Wednesday for the third time this season. Two previous attempts have had to be postponed due to the crap state of the pitch.

Wednesday, who are sitting in the third relegation place are desperate for the victory in a late bid to save themselves from going into the division befitting their ground.

Brian Laws, in a desperate attempt to save his job, has called on his players to put in a performance to which the fans can be proud of and has begged the fans to continue their "fantastic" support and calling the supporters "brilliant."

"Our supporters have been brilliant," he said. "They can be proud of themselves, especially that fat bloke who stands at the front."

"Brilliant" Fat Bloke.

On the other hand, City manager Coleman seems relaxed as ever going into the clash saying the all the pressure is on Sheffield Wednesday. Coleman knows that nothing less than victory for the Owls will do and will have planned his tactics around this.

Both managers are set to announce unchanged squads from the weekend.

©2008 The West Terrace

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