Ryan Williams confident Gainsborough Trinity can return to winning ways
Ryan Williams is 100 per cent certain that Gainsborough Trinity will turn around their failing fortunes.
The departing midfielder, who put pen to paper this week in a move that will see him join Scarborough Athletic, is adamant that the personalities at the Northolme are strong enough and experienced enough to pull the club out of their current slump.
Despite Trinity languishing at the bottom of the Skrill North table with zero points on the board, Williams has no doubts that better results are just around the corner for his former team-mates.
“I am 100 per cent certain,” he said.
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“I have absolutely no doubts whatsoever that Gainsborough will turn things around.
“I’m not just saying that, I just know they will turn it around.
“They have enough people there who are working hard and sooner or later that will pay off.
“They have exactly the right person in charge in Steve Housham. He is the man to get them out of trouble.
“People say they have no points on the board and of course that’s true, but there is so much football to be played yet this season and they will start to put some wins together and get out of trouble.”
Williams, 35, confirmed his reasons for ending his second spell at Gainsborough were purely due to work commitments.
His day job, as a child care officer, has seen some changes, which means he is unable to offer the kind of commitment required at the Northolme.
“There’s nothing to report really, other than the fact that my shift patterns have changed,” he said.
“I found I could no longer offer the kind of commitment that Housh (Housham) and Stampy (Darren Stamp) need right now.
“I have spoken to Housh about it a lot and I leave on very good terms with him and with the club.
“I will miss everyone there. I have made some very good friends at Gainsborough and I take away some fond memories. I fully intend to come back and visit regularly.”
Williams will be dropping to the Evo-Stik League Division One (South) with Scarborough and he is relishing the new challenge.
The east coast club, managed by Rudy Funk, earned promotion at the end of last season after winning the Northern Counties East League Premier Division title.
“It’s a good move for me, yes it’s a step down, but they have some good players at the club,” he added.
“I know a few of the lads from my time at North Ferriby so that’s how it has come about.
“I know I am leaving Trinity at a time when things are not going well, but I have every faith they will turn it around.
“You can’t point to one particular problem or position as being the problem.
“They have to make changes as a group. Collectively they will turn things around. When you are in that bubble it’s difficult to get out, but Housh is the best person to get things going again.”