Back to the future! Familiar faces return to Poachers

Paul Goodhand. EMN-140421-080436001
Paul Goodhand. EMN-140421-080436001

Boston Town’s rebuilding process is continuing.

Since the resignation of Dan Barrett, new manager Lori Borbely has continued to shape the squad in his mould.

And over the past seven days he has continued to add new and familiar faces to the squad.

Former Poachers Jack Smith and Lee Orrey have both agreed to return to the DWB Stadium.

Smith – a former Holbeach United centre back – returns to Town for a third stint.

He will operate on a dual contract with both Town and Wyberton, who he has been playing for in the Lincolnshire League.

“Jack’s on board and we’re very happy to have him back,” said Borbely, who was aformer team-mate of Smith at Boston.

Orrey has also had a couple of previous spells with the Poachers and the former Boston United Reserves striker adds experience in attack.

The pair are among a handful of recent arrivals which include fellow ex-Town players Paul Goodhand and Ollie Pinner, both of whom responded to Borbely’s advances.

Although Goodhand is understood to be putting his boots back on to help out the club once more, Borbely is happy to have the dead ball specialist back on board, while Pinner adds some additional bite.

Also linking up with the club since Borbely’s arrival have been former Pilgrims youth teamer Lewis McKue, ex-Holbeach midfielder Adam Broom and striker Ryan Oliver – who netted a hat-trick on his debut.

However, defender Tim Lowe has left the club this week.

His last game was the 4-1 defeat against Wisbech last Tuesday.

Lowe has moved on to join Louth Town.