Boss Greene prepares to wield the axe at Boston United

Dennis Greene.
Dennis Greene.

Boston United’s out-of-contract players will learn their fate after Saturday’s clash with Brackley Town.

The York Street match will bring the curtain down on the Blue Square Bet North season.

But for manager Dennis Greene, the hard work will begin as he looks to build a squad he believes will be able to compete at the top of the table next season.

Spencer Weir-Daley, Marc Newsham and Ian Ross have already signed contracts for the 2013-14 season, with Greg Mills, Ben Fairclough, Ben Milnes, James Reed and Nathan Stainfield also offered extensions.

But for the rest of the team, they will learn whether or not they are in the manager’s plans at the weekend.

“We just want the season to end now,” Greene said, with his mind moving to summer’s business.

“My job for next year is to build a team to give us a better season.

“I’ll speak to the players after the game, because it would be wrong of me to do that before, because we’ve still got to put in a professional performance against Brackley (KO 3pm).

United won 2-0 at Brackley, thanks to goals from Fairclough and Weir-Daley.

Now Greene is hoping his side can do the double before the hard work which will follow.

“It’s the hardest thing to do as a manger, let players go,” he added. “But hopefully once the season is over, we can go about making some new signings.”