BARNSLEY boss Simon Davey has called on the fans to make Oakwell a fortress for the remainder of the season.

Barnsley are in danger of being dragged into the relegation battle at the wrong end of the Championship after defeat to Cardiff on Tuesday, where Davey thought the fans influenced the referee.

The Reds boss now wants a similar sort of atmosphere at Oakwell for the remainder of the campaign in order to help the side stave off the threat of relegation.

Davey said: "We need to get back on the training ground to get ready for a massive game against Birmingham. We have got 12 games left and we need to get more points on the board quickly.

"We have got home games to come, so hopefully we can get the crowd behind us and do what Cardiff fans did."
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