In something of a coup move, ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Premier Division club Boston Town have announced that Dennis Greene has replaced Gary Frost as manager.
Chairman Mick Vines said the former Boston United boss was also committing himself to the club long-term by coming on board as a director.
Local businessman Paul Wilkinson is also joining as a director with a view to taking over from Vines as chairman.
Vines said the club owed a huge debt of gratitude to Frost but felt the time was right for a change.
“We owe Gary so much. I can’t praise him highly enough for what he has done for this club,” he said.
“He will always be remembered as the man whose success in the FA Cup raised the funds for us to get new floodlights.”
Vines said the club needed fresh faces and new impetus to help them progress.
Greene, who has enjoyed managerial success with Histon and St Neots Town as well as at the Jakemans Stadium, will make setting up an academy one of his first priorities.
It’s also hoped that Wilkinson’s business connections will help to give Boston Town a major financial boost.
Green’s first match in charge of the Poachers will be away at Kirby Muxloe on Saturday, with Lori Borbely continuing as assistant.
BREAKING NEWS: Dennis Greene takes over from Gary Frost as Boston Town manager. More to follow…
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