King's Lynn Town official issues rallying call to fans ahead od Spennymoor Town clash in National League North
King's Lynn Town Football Club's new commercial manager has issued a rallying call to supporters ahead of tomorrow's huge game against Spennymoor Town at The Walks.
Mark Hearle, who begins his new post next week, is appealing to fans to turn out in their droves when league leaders Lynn host the fifth-placed side (3pm).
The Linnets are currently on a 13-match unbeaten run in all competitions while tomorrow's visitors have surged up the National League North table since Lynn's 2-2 draw in the away fixture back in September.
A victory would put Lynn, who are currently four points clear at the summit, in a great position before their massive home meeting against York City in a fortnight's time.
Posting on the club's forum, Hearle said: "As you know we have another big match on The Walks tomorrow afternoon.
"I would urge you all to spread the word even further than before about the magnificent manager and team we have representing our club at present.
"This is not to mention a style of football and entertainment that I have never seen in my 35 years of supporting.
"So please let as many people as you know where the hottest ticket in town on a Saturday afternoon happens."
Meanwhile, York City manager Steve Watson, whose side travel to The Walks on January 18, has called on his players to try to peg the Linnets back.
The Minstermen chief told the York Echo: “They (King’s Lynn) are just on this relentless run and we’ve got to peg them back.
“We’ve still got to play them and that’s going to be a huge game. We’ll play them within our next three games, which is now getting close.
“I’d like us to be in a better frame of mind, coming off the back of some really good results with confidence.”