IT was already a long old wait for Barrow AFC fans to see their beloved team back where they belong in the Football League. 48 years in fact. Not since 1972 have supporters been on the terraces to watch the Bluebirds play. After sealing promotion last year, restrictions have stopped supporters attending their games. AFC have played 15 games with no fans, no atmosphere. Supporters have been able to watch online but it is not the same. But that is all about to change. Tomorrow, when Salford travel up the M6, around 1,100 fans are expected to be in the ground come 3pm. The lucky season ticket holders have been chomping at the bit to get inside to watch David Dunn's charges. It marks a major turning point in the fight against coronavirus and another step towards normality New measures have been put in place to reduce the risk of catching or spreading the virus. If all goes well, even more fans could be allowed in to watch their beloved AFC in the very near future. Let's hope Holker Street will be rocking to help AFC begin to climb up the League Two table.