COLWYN Bay manager Craig Hogg has declared his side’s alarming recent slump as his “worst ever week” in football.

The Seagulls suffered a 4-0 loss at Runcorn Linnets to end a torrid few weeks at the club, which has seen them conceded 16 goals in their last four games and pick up a solitary point in the process.

They have a busy Bank Holiday weekend ahead of them as the Bay host Radcliffe Borough on Saturday, before taking on Market Drayton Town on Monday.

Hogg, said: “It’s been another really bad result and I’d go as far as saying it’s been the worst week I’ve ever had in football.

“We’ve conceded 16 goals in four games and have one point to from that - I’ve never experienced anything like it.

“We’ve had a great chance in the first half to take the lead and then conceded in injury time when there has been a clear foul on our keeper, resulting in Runcorn scoring directly from the corner.

“We’ve had a huge and clear shout for a penalty just before they scored their fourth and for whatever reason it hasn’t been given, but that would be deflecting away from what is the elephant in the room at the moment.

“As a group we are being punished massively for not taking chances and not being ruthless enough when under pressure – it’s costing our young group dearly.

“We have a week now to prepare before two games over the bank holiday weekend and it will be important that we find a way to correct what’s going wrong. It will be my job to find a solution to those problems.”

The home side went into the break a goal to the good thanks to a stoppage time effort from Louis Corrigan, and they extended their advantage on 56 minutes when Aaron Morris headed in from a corner.

This was swiftly followed by a Freddie Potter strike on 62 minutes, and the same player rounded off the scoring in injury time.