Cooper wants final flourish
Hartlepool boss Neale Cooper has urged his players to put on a show for the home fans after a disappointing season at Victoria Park.
Pools entertain struggling Leyton Orient tomorrow in their final home game of the season with only pride at stake.
Cooper wants Pools to deliver a welcome home victory. They are without a win at Victoria Park since the middle of February and have won only five home games all season.
"It's not been good enough at home this season. We need to finish on a high note - that's important for us and the supporters," said Cooper.
"It's important to sell tickets ahead of next year, but I feel for the supporters this season. We can't hide the fact it hasn't been good enough and if we'd won half the games we should have done then we'd be up there challenging."