FOOTBALL: Runcorn FC Halton say actions will speak louder than words as they plot a return home.
The club wants to be back playing in its own town within three years.
Now a fans' briefing has been set up for after Saturday's home match against Whitby Town at Valerie Park (ko 3pm).
A spokesman for the club said: 'The problems of recent weeks have been well documented and the recent press releases by the club have shown the depth of the problem.
'Now is the time for the fans to stand up and be counted. There have been countless phone calls and e-mails offering general support to our cause but this will not suffice.
'We want to establish a task force of fans who are willing to help en-sure the future of the club.
'We are actively seeking investors to sponsor various aspects of the day-to-day running of the club but equally important will be the contribution of the fans.
'It doesn't matter how much time you can offer. It may just be that you can help out on match days or that you can give more of your time during the week.'
The meeting on Saturday is intended to set out the general aims of the group and get the ball rolling.
Runcorn, who have signed 30-year-old ex-Vauxhall Motors and Airbus UK midfieldman Colin Quirk from North West Counties Leaguers' Congleton Town, suffered two postponed games this week.
The first at Bradford Park Avenue on Saturday followed a motorway breakdown for their team coach.
The visit of Lincoln United was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch in midweek.
The Linnets are at home to Leek Town on Tuesday (ko 7.45pm).