King's Lynn Town caretaker boss Robbie Back has called for positivity and togetherness while owner Stephen Cleeve searches for the right manager for the football club.
Linnets stalwarts Neil Fryatt and Back have been temporarily promoted from their roles within the club and will manage the team in their First Qualifying FA Cup replay at Histon tomorrow night.
A mix of anger and apathy has gripped Linnets fans during a poor start to the season and that is what Back is keen to combat heading into the game in Cambridgeshire.
Talking to the website Back said: "First of all I'd like to say that it's not nice that three people have lost their jobs at the football club.
"They tried their best but it just didn't work out and I wish them all the best whatever they go on and do.
"Tomorrow night at Histon isn't about Neil and myself, we are here to steady the ship until somebody else comes in.
"Tuesday is about everyone being positive and pulling together so we get the right result.
"Some good support from the fans would really help drive the team through into the next round of the cup.
"We want to get the win for the football club and the supporters. The fans have had a tough start and we'd love to put a smile on their faces."
As reported earlier today, the winners of tomorrow night's clash will entertain Stafford Rangers in the Second Qualifying Round on Saturday, September 22.