Gainsborough Trinity not giving up on Wembley dream
DEFIANT Gainsborough Trinity are refusing to accept their Wembley dream is over.
The Blues are trailing by two goals in their FA Trophy semi-final against Wrexham, following a 3-1 defeat in Wales last weekend.
However, both Trinity's staff and fans are backing their side to pull off a momentous comeback when they play the second leg of the tie tomorrow.
That would see them set up showpiece final at the home of English football against either county rivals Grimsby Town or Dartford, who face-off in the other semi-final.
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"I am no Uri Geller, but I want everyone to go to sleep tonight whispering the word 'believe'," said Trinity boss Steve Housham.
"And 'believe' should be the first word they repeat tomorrow morning. We need everyone to have that belief that we can turn this around.
"We were gutted to concede a goal right at the end last week to make it 3-1, but it's just a two-goal lead at half-time and it is not insurmountable.
"I looked into the lads' faces after last week and I can honestly tell you they believe they can do it."