Steve Carley of the Worcester News wrote in today’s paper the following preview.
EVESHAM United manager Paul West has challenged his team to end their winless run and start putting points on the board.
The Robins have lost their last four Evo-Stik Southern League Division One South and West matches and dropped to 12th in the table ahead of tomorrow’s visit of Wimborne Town (3pm).
West, who took over from Matt Clarke permanently two games ago, has made new signings, including Bishops Cleeve striker Carl Brown and former Cirencester Town captain Matt Sysum.
Now he is looking for the results to improve, beginning against the Dorset outfit at the Spiers and Hartwell Jubilee Stadium.
The Robins boss said: “We need to be as positive as we can, get some points and break the run we are on.
“The performances have not been bad but we have got to start turning those into wins.
“We are not a million miles away from turning it around.”
Striker Roland Agbor is facing at least four weeks on the sidelines after breaking his wrist during last Saturday’s 2-0 home defeat to Swindon Supermarine.
A minute’s silence will be held before kick-off in memory of former Evesham player Neil Emms (opposite), who died suddenly last week, and the game is expected to be attended by many of his family and United colleagues.