Dover Athletic captain Kevin Lokko has called for patience from the club’s supporters as the team attempt to turn around their home form.

The Whites recorded their seventh defeat of the season at Crabble following a 2-0 defeat to Boreham Wood on Saturday.

Dover have the third worst home record in the National League, having picked up ten points from 13 matches in front of their home support.

Saturday’s defeat was played in front of 728 supporters. Three of the club’s last four league attendances at Crabble have been that figure or less, whilst the rest of their attendances have been over 1000.

Lokko remains confident that they can start producing wins at home, with just two in the league this season, but suggested that it may take time.

“With the amount of supporters that came, it’s getting less and less by the week. That’s not going to change unless we put in good performances and wins,” the skipper said.

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