LOSSIEMOUTH will host an important club AGM on Monday aiming to attract new blood at committee level.
The Highland League side are without a chairman following Rab Mulheron's departure in the wake of "derogatory" comments on the club's Facebook page.
Long-serving Lossie secretary Alan McIntosh is one of just five committee members left, and is appealing for more people to come forward and offer support.
Monday's annual general meeting takes place at Lossiemouth's social club, beginning at 7.30pm.
"We need to see how we can take the club forward, so we need to find more committee and to appoint a new chairman," he said.
"It's got to the stage where there's just five of us left to run the club.
"If we can get anyone else on board, maybe local business people or individuals willing to help I'd encourage them to come along on Monday."
McIntosh paid tribute to former manager Mulheron for his efforts behind the scenes in helping bring revenue to the club.
He left last month following criticism from social media posters.
A spokesperson said on the club's Facebook page: "Social media can be a powerful thing and harmful at the same time.
"It leaves the club with an important AGM on 14 May 7.30 in Social Club to find more committee and a new chairman.
"Hopefully all critics will come forward and help get Lossie FC back to winning ways."
The Coasters, who went through four managers in 2017 and currently have player boss Iain MacRae in charge, finished third bottom of the Highland League last season.