Former Launceston head coach Chris Brown says the club will 'rise again'.
The Cornish All Blacks are currently bottom of National Two South having lost all three of their games conceding 134 points in the process.
"I have no doubts that the All Blacks will find their level," said Brown, who now coaches league leaders Taunton, who beat Launceston 38-12 last week.
"If this season perhaps doesn't go as well as they want it to, there's no doubt they will rise again."
Brown, who along with Jon Hill led the club to what is now the Championship in 2007, left Polson Bridge in March 2009.
The club are operating on a reduced budget this season and have lost a host of their bigger names to National One rivals Plymouth Albion.
"This is a rugby community and I for one am absolutely sure that in the medium to long term they'll be back to their best," Brown told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"This is the club I sent my heart and soul into for six to seven years.
"I'm very affectionate about it, the people, the ground and everything that's here is set out for this level and the level above."