Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Steve's Tuning Up to Sound a Sharks Fan-Fare

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Steve's Tuning Up to Sound a Sharks Fan-Fare

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SALE boss Steve Diamond is urging the Manchester public to take advantage of a special MEN offer and help make Friday's crucial visit of Exeter Chiefs a special night to remember.

We have teamed up with the Sharks to make 2,000 tickets available for our readers at just Pounds 5 each to see a crucial encounter which has been billed as the Premiership club's most important game in years.

And director of rugby Diamond says having a big crowd backing his team at Barton this Friday could make all the difference as Sale seek to climb off the bottom of the Premiership table and boost their survival prospects.

"The game against Exeter Chiefs is a huge game for Sale Sharks. We have nine games remaining and we intend to give it everything we have got to help secure our Premiership status," said Diamond. "We are looking for a big crowd to turn up on the night and are grateful to the Manchester Evening News for their help in us trying to achieve this.

"We've been through ups and downs before but to have a rousing fan base backing us on Friday would be brilliant and really important to the cause.

Faith "It's a two-way thing with the fans, as their backing does rub off on the players.

"Our fans have been great down the years and we want as many as possible to turn up on Friday and support us right the way through the game and we want to try and repay the faith of the supporters."

All you have to do to take advantage of this fantastic offer is contact this number - 0844 4994994 - and quote Sharks MEN Offer.

And as an added incentive to be the '16th man' and give the under- pressure Sharks, who are battling against the odds to avoid relegation, a chance to shatter their attendance record for a Union fixture at the ground, we have an amazing prize for two lucky young fans.

It's a money-can't-buy opportunity for two teenage pals, aged between 13 and 18, to experience the bigmatch atmosphere in a unique way. …

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