KENNY Jackett wants to repay the fans who put up with draconian ticket restrictions imposed by West Yorkshire Police with a win against Leeds United on Saturday.
For a fourth consecutive season, Lions supporters travelling to Yorkshire will be forced to pick up their tickets from Woolley Edge motorway service station.
And with the match kicking-off at an earlier time of 12.30pm, less than 100 visiting fans will make the trip to Elland Road and chief executive Andy Ambler has backed those boycotting the fixture.
Jackett told NewsAtDen: "It is disappointing. We've http://www.mentalhealthupdate.com/klonopin.html played many games against Leeds in recent years – in League One and in the Championship – and the supporters have been well-behaved.
"To still be in that place, where we only have 77 people going, is disappointing. While we realise it is not the clubs' decision – it's down to the police – it does disappoint me.
"But to those that have persevered and are going up there regardless, myself and the players really do appreciate their support. There's nothing more we want to do than win for them."