Blue Square Bet
Published 15th June 2012
Sleath has agreed a deal to join newly-promoted Nuneaton Town and move into the Conference Premier.
But the 25-year-old, who scored nineteen goals in 137 appearances for the Pilgrims, admitted that he is sad to leave such a ‘great club’ in United.
Sleath told Pitchero: “The last three years of my football career have been very enjoyable and I would like to thank everyone involved in the club for supporting me during my time at Boston.
“I would like to think I have contributed to the club’s success over the last few seasons and although I will no longer be directly involved with the club, I hope they go on to greater success in the future.
“It is sad to leave such a great club as Boston United but the opportunity to play at Conference Premier level is something I could not turn down and I am excited about the new challenge in my life.
“I am overwhelmed by the support I have received from the fans during my spell at the club and their good wishes over the last few days regarding my departure.
“Similarly the understanding shown to me by the current manager is very much appreciated.
“I will miss working with some great people and wish the club all best for the future.”