BROMLEY owner Jerry Dolke has told News Shopper big changes are on the way as the Hayes Lane club bid to pull clear of the Conference South relegation zone.
The Lillywhites haven't won a league or cup game since a 2-1 FA Cup success at Dartford in late October, an unwanted sequence which was extended to 14 matches by Saturday's 3-1 home defeat at the hands of Basingstoke.
described that game as "the straw which broke the camel's back" and promised supporters they won't be disappointed by the calibre of signings on the way.
also warned anxious fans they must back the team after some chose to boo during and after the Basingstoke display.
said: "I'm upset with the booing because, I'm sorry, but I think the club has been in very good hands for the last 10 years.
And although unhappy with the boo-boys, Mr Dolke
is urging the sceptics to get behind his
team between now and the end of the season.
explained: "We've got some massive home games coming up and I believe these are the matches which will go a long way to deciding our fate.
is not prepared to accept Bromley's slump any longer