Rally Cry: Hill Needs the Fans Support in Crucial Time

There was yet more heartbreak in Rochdale fans season on Tuesday night, in their rearranged league game against Wimbledon.

Rochdale started well with Rekeil Pyke putting them in front two minutes in, Joe Pigott fired Wimbledon back in it in the 36th minute.

Rochdale determinedly took little time re-establishing their dominance, with Ethan Hamilton turning away from his man and firing smartly into the bottom corner. This wasn’t to last though as Pigott bagged his second of the match almost instantly in the first minute of the second half. Then Wimbledon took the lead for the first time in the match when in the 76th minute, Anthony Wordsworth gave them the lead.

Rochdale’s Captain, Ian Henderson followed up Matty Done’s driven effort in the 81st minute. The game was becoming a classic for a neutral, but the point escaped Rochdales grasp as the visitors dispatched a contentious penalty in the last minute of added time to win 4-3.

This result has seen Dale drop to 5th bottom of the table and worryingly, with only 13 league games left Rochdale have to improve on only 4 home wins so far this season to have any hope of league one survival.

And with; Wycombe, Southend, Accrington, Scunthorpe, Plymouth, Gillingham, Bristol Rovers, Shrewsbury and Oxford still to play and with them all in the bottom half of the table, their destiny is still in their hands.

Now more than ever, the fans support is crucial. There is a growing contingency of the fan base that believes Kieth Hill should already have been sacked and replaced. They are entitled to their opinion, but for the good of the team, no matter what, Rochdale needs the fans to support in an effort to turn this dire run of form around.

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