The Manchester-born coach wants to make the stadium a venue to be feared.
Brisbane Roar coach Mike Mulvey is determined to transform the Suncorp Stadium into an Old Trafford-like fortress.
The 40-year-old, born in Manchester where the Theatre of Dreams resides, wants to recreate the atmosphere of the famous ground during home games and make the Suncorp a venue that will leave opponents recoiling in fear.
“I want to make that (Suncorp) a fortress. I want to win every single game at home,” Mulvey explained to Football Australia.
Speaking at a Fan Forum on Tuesday night, Mulvey and Managing Director Sean Dobson outlined their long-term vision for turning the A-League club into a dominant force, not just in Australia, but in the whole of Asian football.
To achieve that Dobson is convinced they need to start attracting bigger crowds to their 52,500 capacity home, revealing the attendance goal they club have set for supporters to meet.
“In two to three years, I think we’ll see us at around 20,000 – and that’s a key milestone,” he added.
“Once we’re at this number, we have that lower tier full and the atmosphere pumping.
“Everyone who was there for the Victory and Sydney FC games last year knows just how good that stadium can be.”
Roar intend to stage another Fan Forum before Hyundai A-League 2013/14 season gets underway in October.