Video: Rob Scott wants Grimsby Town's FA Trophy final at Wembley to be day to remember
ROB Scott has urged the Mariners' supporters to make Grimsby "as quiet as possible" on Sunday, March 24.
More than 10,000 Town fans have already snapped up their tickets for the FA Trophy final.
And joint boss Scott is keen to reproduce the famous scenes of 1998 when the Mariners reached two Wembley finals and travelled en masse to the capital.
As they left Grimsby that historic year, fans were, now ,memorably, told: "The last one out of town – please turn off the lights."
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Now Scott want to see a similar euphoria around the club as the big day nears.
Speaking at last week's media day at the famous stadium, the joint boss told the Telegraph: "It will be great if we can have as many fans here as possible.
"I know there's a cost and in this day and age it's not easy to travel all the way down.
"But it's not every year that you get to go to Wembley and support a group of players that are desperate to do well for the fans.
"The players are close to a lot of the fans, and I know they've got that relationship there.
"So it would be great to get as many as we can down here backing us – and for Grimsby and the surrounding areas to be as quiet as they can be on that Sunday.
"Everyone should be down in London for a fantastic day out in what is an incredible stadium.
"A lot of young kids can come along and look to emulate in years to come what our players will be doing – walking out and playing in a cup final at Wembley."
Grimsby Town supporters have until 3pm today to buy their tickets for the crunch Blue Square Bet Premier clash at Mansfield.
The Mariners have been issued an allocation of 1,400 tickets for the match. And any left unsold beyond this afternoon's deadline will be returned to the Stags.
No tickets will be available at this evening and fans will be unable to pay at the turnstiles.