DEAN HOYLE will be keeping faith with his lucky suit at Old Trafford tomorrow.
The Town chairman and owner has worn the same attire for matches since their 27-match unbeaten league run started back at New Year.
And with the League I play-off final against Peterborough now just hours away, Hoyle has no plans to ‘smarten up’ for the big day.
He explained: "I am massively superstitious.
"Last year we went to Millwall by coach, this year I’m going by car with Nigel Clibbens.
"I have the same suit that I’ve worn from about the start of the year – the one that was covered in champagne after the Bournemouth second leg – the same brown shoes with scuffs on the toes, the same shirt and the same tie.
"Mel Booth from the Examiner wanted to interview me about the match, but I wouldn’t because we’d done that last year, before the Millwall second leg, and lost.
"It’s just part of being massively superstitious and Lee Clark is the same. He’s been wearing the same training gear and what have you in the build-up, so we’ll carry on."