Torquay clash biggest in the club's history - Wallace
Boro chairman Phil Wallace has described the next two matches against Torquay and Kidderminster as the biggest in the club s history . Boro remain firmly in the play-off mix going into the last three games of the season and victory over their near rival
Boro chairman Phil Wallace has described the next two matches against Torquay and Kidderminster as "the biggest in the club's history".
Boro remain firmly in the play-off mix going into the last three games of the season and victory over their near rivals will all but secure a place in the top five before the final league game at Mansfield.
"These two games are without doubt the biggest in the club's history," Wallace told The Comet. "It's amazing how it's come down to this with Histon playing Kidderminster and us playing Torquay.
"Hopefully, we can finish off the job that Graham and the coaching staff have started."
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Boro need all the support they can get and Wallace is encouraging all supporters to get down to The Lamex Stadium on Saturday (ko 3pm) to roar their side on to another vital three points.
Season ticket holders can bring a friend for half price and a bumper crowd is expected as the season goes into its final furlong.
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