CHAIRMAN Alan Bartlam has issued a rallying cry to all Vauxhall FC supporters to get themselves down to Rivacre Park and help cheer their team to safety.
The Motormen have slipped to within three points of the Nationwide North drop zone with an alarming run of form that has seen them fail to score in six of their last eight matches.
With the side struggling, attendances at home games, dire at the best of times, have also slumped. But the club's supremo has urged fans to stick by the town's team when they most need them.
He said: 'I'm calling on all our fans, both old and new, to come down and give the lads their support because we need them. I'd like to reiterate again that all children accompanied by an adult get into all of our home games for free and I'd love to see plenty of youngsters creating a good atmosphere at Rivacre Park over the Easter holidays and beyond.
'My support for the manager Owen Brown remains absolute and I'd like to see our supporters out in force to back the team in what will be a crucial last four home games.
'I am disappointed about the clash with the England game this Saturday at 3pm, though. Call it pig-headedness but why should the whole of football have to move their games just for one match?'
Vauxhall's remaining games at Rivacre Park are - Saturday v Lancaster City; April 2 v Southport; April 9 v Alfreton Town; April 23 v Moor Green.