Kenilworth Road Expects Every Man to do his Duty
Words, of a similar ilk were spoken by somebody famous.
But they work a treat for what the Luton faithful expect tonight don`t they.
Trailing 3-2 from the first-leg, it`s accepted there can be no room for error tonight, everybody must do the job they`re employed to so, no quarter shall be given as Luton, after an age away from League One football, attempt to move a step closer to climbing another rung of the league ladder.
The game has every prospect of being a classic, a night to remember ad a night we`ll recall for years to come.
Ahead of the game, Nathan Jones has spoken to the local media about the night ahead, remarking,
"I want it to be a big game, it is a big game. I want us to have every little edge that we possibly can.
"We`ve got a full house, we`ve sold out, I think we`ve taken most of Blackpool`s tickets as well so it`s going to be a Luton cauldron.
"That`s what we want as it`s going to be a wonderful night and these are the nights why you want to be a manager, want to be a player.
"Yes, we`d liked to have gone up already but what a way to turn around a tie, in front of 10,000 of your own fans, it`s absolutely outstanding."
COYH`s, tonight is OUR night!