Rigo: We Need Fans

Rigobert Song says the team needs the fans more than ever as they look to overturn the disappointment of the defeat at Everton.
Rigo is in Germany this week with the Cameroon national side.
They are not playing any games, but having a training camp get together to boost morale.
But his thoughts are back in England with West Ham, and the state of morale there and he says:
"At this moment a lot of players are away and will be able to forget that bad performance - but we will come back and work hard to win the Blackburn game."
It is yet another arduous, and expensive, journey for supporters who will have made six away trips, including the Worthington Cup, and seen just two home games by the time the trip to ewood Park comes around.
"I understand the fans being disappointed," says Rigo, "it is a long way to come.
"We clapped them at the end at Goodison and I want to tell them to keep confidence.
"The supporters know we have quality but we need them to help us show it - that is very important.
"I love the fans and I say to them we have the players - and we need their support.
"It is just one game - we don't want a repeat, but we need them for the Blackburn match to give us that lift."
Rigo stepped into the frame after having made way for Tomas Repka the previous week against Newcastle.
Indeed, his return for the suspended Czech was the one change from the side that went from glorious victory to pitiful defeat in six days.
And, unfortunately, he was outjumped by Kevin Campbell for the first goal just before half time.
"I am very disappointed about the match because I think we weren't on the best form," he says.
"It is difficult because it was the same team that played against Newcastle - except me - and I don't know what happened."
He does say, however, that the score line flattered the Toffees and adds:
"Sometimes things don't go right in football and that's what I put it down to, but I think three of the goals were a little bit lucky.
"Everyone was angry; the first half we conceded one goal but still had a chance to come back.
"Then we had four goals against us in the second half when we thought we could put things right.
"We have lots of quality to have the chances to score and win games, and now we need to react - it is very important to look forward.
"We must forget that bad performance quickly and when play Blackburn a week on Sunday, we need to win."