Ryman Division One North: Wroxham look to end run of six defeats

Wroxham manager Pav Guziejko. Photo: Bill Smith.

Wroxham manager Pav Guziejko. Photo: Bill Smith. - Credit: Bill Smith - Archant

Wroxham will be looking to end their recent run of six straight defeats when they host Romford.

Last weekend's 7-2 defeat at Heybridge Swifts added to a miserable recent slump that has seen the Yachtsmen fail to pick up any points in the league since they beat Harlow Town at the beginning of October.

Boss Pawel Guziejko said: 'In football you are judged by results and no doubt, when you look at some of the last six games, we have been the weaker team.

'I am not looking for excuses. We have been making too many silly mistakes and at the moment we are in a difficult period, but this happens in football and we are trying our hardest to make sure we return to the good times from earlier in the season, starting against Romford.'

A good crowd is expected at Trafford Park, with no Norwich City match, and Guziejko hopes that will give some of the younger players an added boost.

'There is going to be a fantastic atmosphere come kick-off as I hear a lot of people are coming to watch,' Guziejko added.

'We have to show the boys support, especially the younger lads. They always have my full backing and hopefully the fans will get behind them too.'

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